Child Abuse - Showing Gratitude!

by Jai
(Central Jersey, USA)

I really appreciate this website taking their stand on assisting individuals cope with this troubling matter. I just wanted to say let us all work together in surpressing this matter by being alert. In addition pay attetion to you relatives, friend & neighbors because at times families may appear to have it all but; behind closed doors they are hiding a different story.

*To get help or report abuse in the US or Canada, call the Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800-4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-4453).*

Darlene Barriere: author. speaker. survivor. coachNote from Darlene: If I have not left a comment on your story, please understand that it is not personal; it's just that my hectic schedule no longer permits me to do so.

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May 20, 2011
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

Thank you for sharing your with my visitors and me. I agree that keeping an eye open for child abuse and then doing something about it is paramount in dealing with this epidemic issue.

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From Victim to Victory, a memoir

May 22, 2011
say thank you everyhwhere and always
by: maurice

especially where one knows about abuse thank the person you trusted with allowing you to tell your story: A very important friend/person in your life, my life, our lives, The biigest THANK YOU goes as you rightly said in your comment is to OUR FRIEND Darlene: Through her site and her very caring, loving, affirming, encourageing, firm but fair words many of of us have found hope in the dark world of those who abused us and those who still abuse the innocent and the vunerable: Still at epedemic proportions: Darlene is it? Certainly here in my country Ireland Through th Media and all interested bodies the highlighting and making us aware that abuse was epedemic in past generations in Families and Institutions but now with the greater awareness in safeguarding children from abuse that Epedemic is a word I would not use here: But then as the writer of the comment states alot still goes on behind closed doors that we must be vigilant about: Sadly trafficing in young girls/boys for sexual preditors has reached a big high in Ireland and that is still very unde-cover abuse: That seems to be the way the world over: We must (I must) let my voice be heard where I know this is taking place: Thank You: simple two words but most powerfull when expressed from the heart:

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