Shattered Lives

by Pierre J
(Sudbury, Ontario, Canada)

As of lately men are slowly coming forward and breaking the silence. They need to know that there is no shame in coming into the light and it doesn't matter how long ago it happened either. Men have to put their pride and do what's right because by coming forward encourages others to come forward.


Pierre J
Sudbury, Ontario


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Sep 30, 2014
Pierre:
by: Darlene Barriere - Webmaster

I agree. More and more men are coming forward about the sexual abuse they've kept silent for so long. And that is helping more men continue to come forward. And as they do come forward, we as a society must open our arms and understand the unique plight they suffer as a result of being men in a world that doesn't believe that our boys are at risk. So though it's important for them to come forward, we must also provide modalities to help them walk a healing path and remove the shame they carry, shame that isn't theirs to shoulder. Thank you for sharing with my visitors and me.

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