Man does not live in a vacuum. Man is always a part of a system and in a relationship with others or another, be it a work, family, social, community. The system functions on cybernetic principles. Therefore it is not surprising that an entire system can be impacted by the effects of CSA experienced by the survivor. Survivors often experience attachment problems in their relationships. Survivors need guidance in their parental roles and their partners should be involved in the therapeutic interventions as they often need to be educated to understand CSA, the lifespan consequences of CSA, and need skills to cope with their relationships given the complexity of survivor dynamic. Hence working with complicated life roles was divided into partner involvement and parental guidance.