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" Then he gave a number of reasons for his newfound disbelief — among them that "it was hardly credible that perverted acts against children were so general." 21 This was a dramatic turnaround; a year before, he had written, "it is to be expected that... "
A Tragic Grace: The Catholic Church and Child Sexual Abuse - Page 1
by Stephen J. Rossetti - 1996 - 126 pages
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Coping With Trauma: Hope Through Understanding

Jon G. Allen - Medical - 2008 - 376 pages
...215-216). This dramatic turnaround is in contrast to what Freud188 had written a year before: "It is to be expected that increased attention to the subject will...frequency of sexual experiences and sexual activity in childhood" (p. 207). Looking back on this period many years later, Freud190 wrote, "Almost all my women...
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