Other Survivor Sites
a tori amos inspired site for
rape and sexual abuse survivors
"This site rocks." /smo
Batman Beyond Lost Innocence
This is an awesome site, very visually appealing.
It's like being in a quiet corner
where you feel
alone and safe -- kind of like reading comic books
under a tent of blankets with a flashlight at
Melanie's beautiful site is best described
in her own heartwarming words:
"My name is Melanie, and I'm
I created this site help rape survivors,
as I follow my journey from victim to survivor.
is that by sharing my story,
I can help others. I have found so many
helpful resources, and I want to
them with you all."
Dr. Nancy Faulkner's Award-Winning
beautiful site, specializing in
child abuse, and featuring personal
of survival and original poetry.
Also includes a very comprehensive list
of State and Federal agencies where
survivors can find help. Midis, too!
"Struggles of the Heart" creator writes:
"This site is for survivors and their
families so I have
for both, education, legal links and
so forth." (Site Creator/Survivor)
Brynne, the author of this wonderful site, writes, "This site is inspired by the poem 'Still I Rise' by Maya Angelou.
A friend of mine gave me a copy of the poem when I was in the beginning stages of my healing...The purpose of this site is
to be a gateway of information for survivors. Here you will find links to articles, websites, and chats covering the many
aspects of abuse and its aftereffects." I love this site, and I'm sure you will, too!
I support "The Teardrop Project" and its creator. Child abuse exists. Child abuse hurts both the child and the child
inside the adult, long after the pain and abuse has ended. Please place this teardrop on your site and link back to The Teardrop
Project to help educate the world about child abuse. We can ignore what we cannot see or do not know. We, who are true to
ourselves, cannot ignore the truth.
David Goldstein created these beautiful pins and this site in memory of his dear friend, Linda Creed, a talented songwriter
who died of breast cancer disease. In his own words:
"One of my best friends died of breast cancer in 1987
and we all knew her. Her name was Linda Creed one of the best songwriters of modern time. She lived across the street from
me in Philadelphia, and we grew up together. I hear her songs on the radio often, and think about Linda. She wrote 'The Greatest
Love Of All' written for Mohammed Ali's movie 'The Greatest'. She also wrote for the Spinners, 'Could It Be I'm Falling In
Love,'... and many others."
Indeed, everyone knows Linda's songs, as everyone's life has been saddened by
loss to this terrible disease. David's site is called "Breastcancerpins.com". He is a fine friend, and a true Survivor,
to carry on the fight against breast cancer in his friend's memory. I encourage you to visit his site, and support his endeavor.
"The Teddy Bear Project is the initiative of
adult survivors of sexual assault. Our first goal
is to show
in a very real and tangible way,
the prevalence of childhood sexual assault and
exploitation, by creating a display
of Teddy Bears
in Washington, DC. The US Department of Parks
Recreation has given The Teddy Bear Project
new date, July 7 & 8, 2001." They did it! KUDOS!!!
My Sister's Keeper
"Helping women through rough seas, to a safe harbor."