I recently watched “The Narrow Bridge,” a film about a young man’s gradual decision to talk about the abuse he experienced as a child in a spiritual community. The acting and writing are basic, but it’s still a good, important story. This isn’t NLD-related, except insofar as the fact that people with learning differences are at special risk for abuse, and abuse is all too common. So I post these links, in part because the music’s so beautiful, in part to help people understand these occurrences and what they do to someone even years later. PTSD has incredibly long lives. Also, I always make sure all links and blog content are appropriate for virtually all age groups (PG). So even though I discuss some experiences in adult life, I maintain PG-related topic treatment.
The Isolation of Abuse