1 in 4 girls will experience sexual abuse by the age 16. There is often revictimization throughout her life. There is a reason for this and it can be stopped.
Most sexual abuse isn’t reported, detected or prosecuted. Most children don’t tell anyone that they’re being sexually abused. It’s a crime that is usually only witnessed by the abuser and the victim.
Have you experienced any type of unwanted sexual contact at any stage of your life? Has a colleague, friend or relative disclosed that they’ve experienced sexual abuse of some kind? Something happened…are you not sure whether it was or not? But you know you felt bad…
Benefits of attending:
Break out of isolation and meet others who understand
Gain information to help overcome the past
Feel supported by both professionals and other survivors
Learn about some of the core issues of abuse; Shame, anger, forgiveness
Learn some strategies for the future
Also, we will share details of resources to facilitate your or your sister’s healing process. REGISTER AT [email protected]
This event does not contain any graphic details of abuse. Nor will you have to speak or participate if you don’t want to. You are welcome to simply attend and receive. Please bring a friend. I look forward to meeting you.