Child Abuse - Being Supportive To Others

by ZMB
(Boise, Idaho, USA)

i have never been abused befor but i have seen situations like the ones i have heard about on this website. I have very close friends that have been sexualy, mentaly, verbally, and physically abused. it hurts seeing them go threw that but it helps me alot knowing that ill stand by them. When im older i would like to help people that have been abused like that, i feel that it is my duty. i hope that some day i can change someones life :)

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Feb 19, 2011
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

The fact that you've been supportive to others who have been through child abuse has already change their lives in some way, even if it isn't so easily seen in the moment. It's an intangible difference, but it's there nonetheless. I hope you'll continue to make a difference. Thank you for sharing with my visitors and me.

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