Questions of an Abused Child

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iUniverse, Mar 6, 2006 - Self-Help
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"The most significant fact about people who abuse children is how ordinary they are. They come from all walks of life, they live in cities and rural communities; they are often successful people (but not always) who hold good jobs and keep neat and clean homes. They are seldom terrible or sadistic people.

In "Questions of an abused child" offers hope to abused children and adults in this simple, no-nonsense look at the realities of abuse. Author Ivan Muise draws upon his own battle with abuse to bring you an in-depth guide to breaking this deadly cycle.

Broken down into easy-to-understand chapters, you'll discover the answers to your most important questions in the following categories, among others:

  • Children
  • Marriage
  • Parents
  • Relationships between the abused and the police
  • Religion
  • Things your children should know

Learn how to recognize abuse and acquire strategies on how to deal with abuse. If you or someone you know is being mistreated, "Questions of an abused child" can help. Your future depends on it!

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