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5.0 out of 5 stars
also a victim, 5 Aug. 2012
I am a victim, too, working on surviving and becoming victorious over all of what was done to me. But i know of women who had things done to them that is far worse than what was done to me ....... most people can't beleive the things that are done to children (especially those of us who are female) ~~~ just like people didn't beleive what was being reported about what the Nazi's were doing ---- people just can't wrap their minds around what people have the ability to do to other people ...... or that, somehow, most of the victims are female. But the first thing we need to be able to do is to know that we are allowed to tell about what was done to us and to be believed .... and to know that we aren't the only ones --- that we aren't alone. And this book and others like it does that. And it takes profound courage for us victims to tell our stories; many of us can't (there are parts of my story that i can't even "talk about" to myself ... although, they hang there in the background of my mind like a haunting spector ...
Thank you for writing your story.