Fear after Victimization
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What does it feel like to live as a woman in a “world of men” when men have proven to be a gender to fear? Not just any world of men, but a world of men that (real or perceived) at various points aren’t safe emotionally, physically, or spiritually? In this audio talk, Sarah Lipp explores what women fear, and why women can have a fear of the male gender after having a victimization experience. She examines the scope of the trauma and aftermath of females victimized by males. Lipp discusses the dynamics of male/female relationships both inside and outside the church, and the way it impacts attitudes toward female victimization. She uses a case study to illustrate the dynamics of working with victimized women, and concludes with five key aspects of counseling victims of abuse.