April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and the increase in news reports about allegations of sexual improprieties in Hollywood, the Hill and beyond has both angered and saddened me at times. But it’s been the victim blaming, shaming and questioning by my own family and friends that has triggered several revelations about my own experience of being sexually assaulted as a child. If you are interested in reading more, check out my post here.
If you would rather be spared the heartache of yet another story of sexual abuse, I totally understand. However, I do encourage you to take action and learn how you can prevent and respond to child sexual abuse by downloading my free eBook here.