In this gripping, first-hand account, Sophie Hayes recounts her experience and survival from human trafficking. For six months, this young, educated English woman was forced to work as a prostitute. This memoir presents a stunning personal look at the criminal human sex trafficking trade.
Phyllis Spinal-Robinson and Randi Easton Wickham’s workbooks for children and adolescents who have been sexually abused provide structure to guide the healing process while allowing the survivor to personalize the exercises in a way that is most beneficial to them.
Dr. Eliana Gil answers the questions kids have after they are abused. Issues include self-blame, secrets, telling, rejection, trust, removal from home, going to court, and seeking help.
The resources here will guide you along a pathway of self-assessment, discovery, and fulfillment. The 366 meditations found in Daybreak provide support and inspiration to women who have survived childhood sexual abuse. With understanding, compassion, and strength, Brady addresses such current issues as intimacy, fear, play, secrets, and anger.