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He was charming! Although she would now like trauma counselling, Angie has only ever had drug counselling. The drugs are not your problem.


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For her own children, security has been a big issue so from the start of their school lives. Angie told the Commissioner that her parents had suffered extreme violence and abuse during their childhoods overseas and that together with her own childhood abuse, intergenerational trauma has reverberated throughout her life.

She is grateful for the work of the Commission in aiding appropriate responses for the children who speak up about sexual abuse in the future.

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Disclaimer: This is the story of a person who spoke with a Commissioner during a private session of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. Real names of individuals have not been used, except of public figures in a public context.

The information the person provided was not evidence, the person was not a witness, and did not need to take an oath or affirmation, although they were expected to tell the truth. Nothing in this story is a finding of the Royal Commission and any views expressed are those of the person, not of the Commissioners.

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