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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Child Abuse Site! These are the top ten articles that your Child Abuse Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. How to Find Local Shelters
Are you afraid to take the first step to leave an abusive home and unsure about calling the police? Learn how to find local shelters where you will get the support you need to move on.
2. Polly Klaas Foundation
The Polly Klaas Foundation is dedicated to keeping children safe from stranger and family member abduction. Learn about this organization and the free child safety kit you can order from their website.
3. Journaling as Healing
Journaling is an excellent tool to incorporate into your healing process. Here are some ideas to get you started.
4. Child Abuse and Eating Disorders
Childhood abuse can lead to eating disorders that last many years. Learn why and what steps can be taken towards healing.
5. Please Tell! Book Review
Nine-year-old Jessie shares her abuse story in hopes of helping other children who live in fear of telling other adults about the horror they're living in.
6. RAINN's Rape and Abuse Hotlines
The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network is the largest anti-sexual assault organization in the US. Here is the phone and online hotline information for survivors to get help now.
7. Emergency Stage of Healing From Sexual Abuse
There are several stages of healing from childhood sexual abuse. The emergency stage can be the hardest to deal with. Learn coping skills to get through this difficult time.
8. Verbal Abuse and Its Effects
Verbal abuse may not leave physical scars, but the emotional effects can be longstanding and severe. Learn what verbal abuse is and the problems it can cause.
9. Shaken Baby Syndrome
Are you concerned you might be hurting your child when you play with him? Learn exactly what shaken baby syndrome is and how it can be prevented.
10. Making Excuses for Abusers
Family members may make excuses for domestic violence, especially if this has been the status quo for generations. Learn why its important not to do this and the harm it can do to victims.
Be sure to visit the Child Abuse Archives for all the articles!
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