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By Levenson Jill S., John W. Morin

This workbook accompanies Treating Nonoffending mom and dad in baby Sexual Abuse situations: Connections for relations Safety. It gains many beneficial checklists, illustrative diagrams, and areas to list innovations and emotions because the shopper works throughout the procedure.

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When children are abused by strangers, they tend to get greater support from family, friends, and authorities. This is because the family does not have a relationship with the abuser and feels no loyalty conflict. The support a child receives helps him or her through the trauma. Young children are sometimes unaware that they are being abused. Abusers may touch preschool children in a sexual way that seems to be part of normal interactions, such as bathing, dressing, or diapering. The youngster may not show any immediate symptoms, but might suffer from the abuse in later years, when he or she realizes what was happening.

My parents assumed I hadn't been affected by the abuse. What they didn't know was that I had to keep busy so that I didn't have time to feel anything. I stayed active to get away from all my bad feelings. " "As a child, I had always taken gymnastics lessons. In high school, I was on a team and competed nationally. I was driven to win. Everyone commented on how mature and dedicated I was. The truth was that while I was being abused, I had always felt like I was bad and was doing something wrong.

1 Dr. Summit described the following predictable sequence of events that trap the victim and compound his or her suffering: Stage 1: Secrecy. The offender befriends the child, gains her trust, abuses her, and convinces her not to tell. The child is scared and confused both by the sexual acts and by the fact that the acts have to be kept secret. Sometimes the offender threatens the victim with physical harm if she tells. Most often, the threats are not violent but vague, suggesting to the child that "something bad" will happen if anyone else learns about the sexual abuse.

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