If you're a survivor, it's important to take one day at a time. Let 101 Tips for Survivors of Sexual Abuse be your companion in healing and you'll be reminded of the strength and wisdom that's already inside you. This book will help you celebrate the good days and develop solid coping strategies for the bad times. Most importantly, this book will remind that you're not alone and it was never your fault.
Acclaim for 101 Tips For Survivors of Sexual Abuse: A Pocket Book of Wisdom
"You can never have too much support as a survivor. Amy's little pocket book is great to carry around to remind yourself that you can all thrive after sexual abuse." --Dr. Patti Feuereisen psychologist and author of Invisible Girls: The Truth About Sexual Abuse
"101 Tips for Survivors of Sexual Abuse has excellent ideas and thoughts to build up your self-esteem and give you courage for your journey." --Marjorie McKinnon, founder, The Lamplighters and author of Repair Your Life: A Program for Recovery from Incest & Childhood Sexual Abuse
"101 Tips for Survivors of Sexual Abuse used as an adjunct to recovering from sexual abuse at any age can help guide the survivor toward releasing emotions and breaking the internal silence of trauma." --Barbara Sinor, Ph.D., author of Gifts From the Child Within and An Inspirational Guide for the Recovering Soul
"I have just read 101 Tips. Every one of them fits my 30 years of experience in this field." --Fr. Heyward B. Ewart, III, Ph.D., Sacred Heart Counseling Center, Author of Am I Bad? Recovering From Abuse
About the author
Amy Barth's background is in social work and she founded Safe Girls Strong Girls in 2005. SSSG is committed to breaking the silence of childhood sexual abuse and giving girls their voices back. Camp CADI is the only camp of its kind in the country and is a place where girls can heal and just be girls again. She is the author of several books including Annabelle’s Secret.For more information, visit www.AmyJBarth.com
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