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Mother-Daughter Sexual Abuse ~ MDSA
Manipulated, controlled, and violated from her earliest memories, Wilma despaired from the constant hunger, sexual abuse, violent beatings, and strip searches. She feared suicide was her only option. Through sheer grit and determination, she lived to tell the truth.
If I’d Only Known… Sexual Abuse in or out of the Family: A Guide to Prevention
by Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, Ph.D.
If I’d Only Known describes unspeakable acts of sexual abuse and incest, as well as the aftereffects suffered by victimized children. It is the only book on sexual child abuse that tells the truth about this epidemic world scourge.
This manual on a difficult and controversial topic provides invaluable information on sexual child abuse, its aftereffects, and how to protect yourself and your family. Giving detailed signs of sexual abuse in children, discovery methods, and step-by-step guidelines that empower you and your children against potential sex offenders, this book will assist you in the prevention of sexual child abuse.
This is the one book every adult needs to ensure the safety of children from would-be sex offenders. In clear, concise, positive, and easy to understand language, Dr. Dorothy describes 7 powerful parent-approved and child tested techniques/skills to protect children from society’s worst scourge. Step by step Dr. Dorothy describes how to teach children the techniques/skills that children as young as 2 years-old can remember and put to use if needed. More important with these techniques/skills children are 99% less apt to be a sex offender’s target.
101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life: Volume 3
by David Riklan
Do you want to know the secret to find positive qualities in a negative world? Perhaps you want to learn how to meditate or focus your creativity. In Volume 3 of the 101 Great Ways to Improve Your Life series, Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, Ken Blanchard, Les Brown, Mark Victor Hansen, Byron Katie, and many other experts give you the tools to make a positive impact on your life. Everyone has the potential for happiness and success, and everyone has the power to make affirmative life changes. This book will inspire you to make those changes.
Mimi Brown’s Giggles is a deeply touching story of a young couple and their two daughters, Amy and Angie. Angie is plagued with autism, deafness, and can only see clearly through one eye. But Angie is also the light and love that holds everyone so close with her amazing capacity to love, her sweet, innocent giggles and kisses, and her determination. Giggles is sure to inspire anyone who may have to live life a bit differently, as well as those that take their blessings for granted.
Innocence Stolen: A True Story
by Melissa Tharp
This book is based on a true story. It details the harrowing events which led up to almost losing my precious child. I only hope that those of you who read this can take something good from it. There are horrible people in this world. We, as parents, can only hope that our children will never have to face such evil. My daughter, Emma, did face that evil, and this is her story.
ChildHood: It Should Not Hurt
by Claire R. Reeves
The book covers the disturbing issues of incest and child sexual abuse, the greatest hidden epidemic in America. Readers will get information on recognizing the signs and symptoms and what to do if you learn your child has been sexually abused. Understanding the quagmire of the judicial system is covered with solid step-by-step advice. The book explains the difference in family, juvenile and criminal courts; social service agencies, and the guardian-ad-litem, and it prepares families that may find themselves in this complicated and often confusing arena. The sections about child molesters arms parents with the knowledge to protect their children. The book offers advice for adult survivors of sexual abuse to help them reclaim their lives and move forward is valuable information. This book is a tremendous resource for parents, legal and psychological professionals, and all adults who are concerned about the health and safety of our children.