Stuff!  The Stuff No one Told Us About Life After Sexual Abuse
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Stuff! The Stuff No one Told Us About Life After Sexual Abuse

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    • Child abuse can happen in any family and in any neighborhood. Studies have shown that child abuse crosses all boundaries of income, race, ethnic heritage, and religious faith. The incidence is higher in the following groups:

      Families in which the parents are in their mid-20s

      High school dropouts or lack a high school diploma

      Families living below the poverty level or financially stressed

      Families stressed because of a loss of job or home

      Families with a history of intergenerational abuse

      Families with alcohol, or substance abuse problems

      Families with a history of depression

      Families with spouse abuse

      Stopping abuse
      Prevent Child Abuse America offers these tips for stopping child abuse:

      Try to understand your children. Learn how kids behave and what they can do at different ages. Have realistic expectations and be reasonable if children fall short.

      Keep your children healthy. Denying children food, sleep, or healthcare is abuse by neglect.

      Get help with alcohol or drug problems. Keep children away from anyone who abuses those substances.

      Watch your words. Angry or punishing language can leave emotional scars for a lifetime.

      Get control of yourself before disciplining a child. Set clear rules so the child knows what to expect. Avoid physical punishment.

      Take a time-out. Stop if you begin to act out frustration or other emotions physically. Find someone to talk with or watch your kids while you take a walk. Call a child abuse prevention hotline if you are worried you may hit your child.

      Make your home a violence-free zone. Turn off violent TV shows and don't let kids stay under the same roof with an abusive adult.

      Join a support program for new parents.

      Take regular breaks from your children. This will give you a release from the stress of parenting full-time.

      Remember that child abuse often repeats itself in the next generation. By doing what you can to prevent it today, you can help save children's lives far into the future.
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BIOGRAPHY
Edna J. White a top-selling author for self-empowerment and purpose-driven living, continues to serve at the top of the list around the world, as she offers to heal from any trauma from the inside out.

Her story of emotional recovery has been covered by Mike from Maine Radio Show, Lana Reid, and Al Cole from CBS, featured at community libraries, and many appearances internationally.

With a rich history in the religious sector as an Evangelist and youth community leader comes to you from the foundation of Thomasville AL, living now on Long Island with her wonderful and supportive family as a mother of 3, a sister, a grandmother, an aunt and a friend to many.

White has forever changed the way people understand individual recovery in surviving childhood sexual abuse. Her outspoken and direct challenges and words shaped the efforts of countless colleagues and students.

Edna has served as the point person for developing housing industry changes in her 16+ year profession as a licensed real estate broker. She continues to move and shake the world of through many her many accomplishments, writing, and crusades to further the prevention of childhood sexual abuse.

White's mission in life is to access this life as a gift and creating the life you want and deserve.

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Title Stuff! The Stuff No one Told Us About Life After Sexual Abuse
Author Edna J. White
ASIN B00MP7GH4O
Language English
Page Count 74
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