Online Forum for Partners of Sexual Abuse Survivors

Only registered and approved users can see the forums - if you are a registered user of Support for Partners but do not see the Forums, be sure to login with your user ID and password on the left side of the screen.

It's easy to register for the support forums. First read the forum rules and then fill-out the membership application. We will get the application and then create your account. Then we send you a confirmation email with your login details. We currently have two online forums. The first is 'Web Site Ideas, Resources, Feedback', an open forum for all registered users for suggesting ideas, content and resources to be added to this web site. The second is the 'Support for Partners' forum, which is open only to registered users who are partners in relationship with survivors of childhood sexual abuse. This forum is a place where you can share your experiences with other partners.

To go to the Forums, click here or on the 'Go to the forums' link on the left side of the screen.


Partners of survivors who have joined the forum find support, understanding and ideas for improving their situation from other partners. Here are a few quotes from partners of survivors who have joined and participated in the forums at Support for Partners:

Forum Experiences from Partners of Survivors
I continue to be grateful for this site and for this community. Writing here, and getting feedback, has helped me to set boundaries that needed to be set Please know that you are not alone in this struggle. This site is a great place to raise questions, share insights, or just vent frustration.
I've found this site to be extremely helpful in finding my way through the difficulties of being a partner of a sexual abuse survivor. Wow, two supportive comments already. I am excited that I found this supportforpartners site. I have been feeling alone for awhile.
  This site has been a tremendous help in me not drowning in my own guilt which would have just sunk the ship of my marriage.  It allowed me to understand that as partner of survivors we must educate ourselves and surround yourself with a support system where you can say "I am not the only one". That alone goes a long way.