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By Your Time Now Communications
Dr. Donna's Friess' best-selling "Cry the Darkness: One Woman's Triumph Over the Tragedy of Incest," H.I.H Publishing, 2013, 2nd edition, won Honorable Mention, in the category of Non-fiction, against hundreds of competitors.
By Stop It Now!
New survey results from over 5,000 US adults shows that most U.S. adults are very aware about child sexual abuse, and quite well-informed about where risks lie. Majorities also support treatment for people who sexually abuse children.
By Miami Hypnotic Center
Miami Hypnotic Center is committed to helping adults overcome the long term effects of child abuse with the help of hypnosis.
By Joanne Lee Foundation
The Joanne Lee Foundation, is announcing their skydive jumps on November 14th and February 20th. The funds raised will further their cause of providing equine therapy to help victims of incest.
By Strategic Book Publishing
Full of passion and drama, An Imperfect Liaison tells the story of a seemingly incestuous relationship gone terribly wrong. This pair of star-crossed lovers will surely stir the sentiments of every reader.
By Roni Weisberg-Ross L.M.F.T.
LAUSD is promoting a program that will teach parents how to recognize the signs of child sexual abuse.
By Eloquent Books
The Wednesday Arrangement reveals tales of death, incest, Nazi memorabilia and anti-Semitism.
By Eloquent Books
The Red Door tells the story of Ana, rejected by her mother and sexually abused by her father. At the age of 30, in her search for an end to her childhood pain, she walks across Spain on the 780-kilometer el Camino Trail.
By FNCF Liturgical Fine Arts Department
Church's Liturgical Fine Arts Department tackles incest in new original stage play
By Writers of the Round Table
With an advanced, special edition of Sophie Mokhtari’s new novel, “China Girl: A Daugher’s Journey,” on press, the NBC Universal Executive is receiving a flood of applauding endorsements for her first book.
By Writers of the Round Table
NBC Universal Executive Sophie Mokhtari has not only survived the challenges that life has thrown her way, she's thrived as a result of them. Her new book engages the heart and forces conversations about the challenges women face today.
By ElsinoreTimes
Expert in Sexual Abuse, Dr. Thomas Moore, says it is imperative that the victims be managed better--compare the 2006 Austrian sexual abduction---to promote victim recovery. Dr. Moore documents victim aftermath in his recent book "Upland Road."
By iUniverse
Themes of Incest and Racial Prejudice Serve as Roots to Plotline
By Jacqueline Wales, Fearlesss Fifties
Jacqueline Wales’ novel, When the Crow Sings, is a story of a family caught up in shame, abuse and denial that explores the history of mothers who abandoned their children, until one woman had the courage to break the chains of shame.

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