It's never too late to begin the healing process from childhood sexual abuse. It's never too early to fall in love with the person God created you to be. Long ago someone made a choice to take away your innocence, but today that someone can't touch your freedom to heal.

Saturday, July 7, 2012


 I’ve heard of two attempted suicides of male survivors in the past six months. One was successful. One was not.
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I grieved for the one. I gave resources to the other and prayed, no begged, for his healing to begin.

It is an often heard comment within the community of those who study sexual abuse that “Males don’t tell.” It is understood that it is only through the telling that healing can begin.

That is why I pray, no I beg parents, grandparents, and trusted caregivers to begin the conversation regarding sexual abuse with the children they love.

Because maybe males will tell, if we only ask.

Protect the Innocent, Break the Silence, One Conversation at a Time,


  1. When I was 18 in a support group of adult sexual abuse survivors..there were an equal number of men and women. Sometimes its hard for people to see its not a gender discriminate.


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