Welcome to Aufrecht

Sexual Abuse Survivor came to life when I and my sister made a decision to move on and recover. We were sexually abused as children, and for years, we have chosen to not speak a word about it. However, healing is not possible without letting the truth out. We decided to share our story to the public and got surprised to know how many other women share the same sentiments and dark pieces of the past.

This platform is established to make a safe place for all the survivors and let them share their stories, no matter how painful, anonymously. We believe that after letting it out, recovery follows. We aim to create a safe and supportive environment for all the women out there who share the same secrets that are usually viewed as unspeakable. Sponsored by Homewares Insider, we encourage everyone to think otherwise and consider it a necessary step towards healing and complete freedom. Your story could influence other survivors to recover and move on as well.

If you believe in the same cause, contact us and share your story of no more than 1000 words. The stories will all be featured anonymously.


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Mental Health

How Boxing Helps Improve Your Mental Health

Boxing has not only gained popularity as a sporting activity but also as a workout regimen. Apart from the physical benefit because of expensive gloves you derive from punching, your mental health also improves significantly. Tanya Morgan, a top boxing coach, says that sports enhance mental strength and prevent health issues like anxiety and depression. The following points explain how boxing boosts your mental health, according to the pro. A Technique for Intensifying Endorphin Production and an Ideal Method for Stress Relief You have always learned since as a kid that physical activities are stress reducers. That is the reason why athletes experience the runners' high phenomenon. The same case ...
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Drinking Coffee Could

Drinking Coffee Could Be a Good Stress Reliever, Here’s Why

Caffeine tricks the brain into releasing more serotonin and dopamine in order to stimulate the central nervous system. It is also helps in releasing adrenaline, which contributes to the body’s fight or flight response. This causes most regular coffee drinkers to become more irritable and anxious. Caffeine and Stress Relief Coffee isn’t something that people often associate with reducing stress. Most people would usually avoid taking in too much caffeine when they want to get some sleep or relax. However, recent studies have shown that drinking coffee could reduce physical and emotional stress. Its effect on a person’s brain chemistry not only makes you more alert but also triggers neurotransmitters ...
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Domestic Abuse

Blogs About Domestic Abuse That You Should Read

Domestic violence does not only involve physical abuse but also emotional and mental abuse. If you are going through domestic abuse or know someone who does, it is important to get the much-needed support before things take a turn for the worst. Below are some 5 important domestic abuse blogs that offer more information about abuse and brings to light stories of survivors and their stories to break from their abuse. The National Domestic Violence Hotline The National Domestic Violence Hotline is one of the leading domestic violence organizations in the United States. This blog brings hope and help to disabled individuals who are suffering from their caregivers’ abuse. The ...
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Sexual Abuse: Medical Marijuana

Getting Over Sexual Abuse: Medical Marijuana as an Antidepressant

Cannabis is a plant that is widely known for its medicinal use and in which compounds like CBD and THC are derived. Numerous studies conducted have found that these compounds, including CBD oil, can offer relief for various health conditions like anxiety, chronic pain, and depression. Depression Depression is a common mental health disorder that affects about 350 million individuals across the globe. It is undoubtedly a growing health concern that comes with various symptoms which can be difficult to identify. It is important to note that there are different types of depression one can be diagnosed with. This includes bipolar disorder, postpartum depression, psychotic depression, persistent depressive depression (dysthymia), ...
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