SurvivorsResource chat lets you communicate with other survivors of sexual abuse, or with their friends, spouses, or relatives.
Chat is only available to users registered on SurvivorsResource forums. At entering the chat room, you will be automaticaly redirected to the forums' login page.
Here, you can meet people who are from all sex-age groups, social strata and classes, ethnic groups, nationalities, and countries. They can be of different sexual orientation, adherents of various religions, social-economic and political views, and they may have survived SA at any age.
Be aware of what SurvivorsResource chat is about.
Individuals coming here have survived a very hard psychological trauma. They can be scared, confused, helpless; survivors can have stress, they can strongly control their emotions and seem feelingless; they can have low mood and be very sensitive to the words of another person, topics of sex, relationships, and SA.
Be sure that SA survivors search (often subconsciously) for support, understanding, and help of other people. An important thing for a survivor is the ability to find a good person who can hear to them without judging.
Experiences and emotions, which are expressed in SurvivorsResource chat demand safe and confidential surrounding. Because of this, we ask you to be attentive to the words of others.
If you are a friend, spouse, or relative of a survivor, the chat will allow you to share your thoughts, feelings, and experiences.
We recommend that you do not exchange contact information with a person whom you have known for less than several months, that you do not agree to meet off-site, and that you don't send your photo to anyone. Be informed that the chat visitors may not be honest with you.
Please, use the nickname that you use on forum.
In SurvivorsResource chat, it is prohibited to disperse advertisement, to make threats, to abuse, to start sexual relationships of any form.