Steve Wilkos: June 28 2013
On Steve Wilkos June 28 2013, a girl can’t remember if she was abused by her father, and doesn’t want to believe that he would do such a thing. The father comes in to prove that he did not do what his daughter says he did, and we learn the shocking truth when Steve digs into their history.
Then, a girl’s mother tells her that her father abused and violated her older sister when she was younger. However, her older sister died eight years ago, and can’t come and speak for herself now, so all we have is a father defending himself and a mother and daughter going after him. Who is being honest? Here is what’s happening on Steve Wilkos June 28 2013.
Steve Wilkos: Girl Can’t Remember If She Was Abused By Her Father
The fact that this girl can’t remember if she was abused by her father or not should not come as a surprise. In a psychological study done by Harvard University, 10 men and 17 women later recovered memories of childhood abuse.
Of the 27 people that were interviewed, the first incident occurred at the age of 8, and 13 of the interviewees noted that they were abused multiple times. In every single instance, the subjects were abused by someone they knew personally.
Steve Wilkos: Blocking Out Traumatic Memories
The mind, to protect itself, will sometimes allow traumatic incidents to be forgotten, coating it in something like a drug-induced haze. This is evidenced by the fact that the people questioned all described the events with words like “confusing” or “uncomfortable,” but never “tragic” or “damaging,” save for two subjects that described the events as “terrifying” or “life threatening.”
Perhaps this girl is going through something similar? We will have to watch and find out on Steve Wilkos June 28 2013.