5 Ways to Respond When You Suspect Your Child Has Been Sexually Abused

This guest piece was written by Chris Yadon, a managing director of Saprea, an organization that works with child abuse survivors.

How to Respond When Children Have Questions About Sexual Behavior

By Chris Yadon, Managing Director of Saprea

Statistically, one in five children will be sexually abused by the time they turn 18.

Children who are sexually abused often have long-lasting effects associated with the trauma, including difficulty in school, challenges with sleep and/or eating, and an increased likelihood of substance abuse—all things that no child should ever have to endure.

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Read the full article at fightthenewdrug.org

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