Sexual abuse of children is all too common in society today. Media
reports focus on the crime and its consequences without offering
constructive advice on how victims can come to terms with their
past and transcend it. Here, Deborah Kay teams up with
award-winning social issues journalist Barry Levy to provide a
courageous and compassionate account of what happened to her, and
how she avoided being warped by her experiences, allowing, as she
puts it, pockets of sunlight to shine through her. This is a book
not only to read and reflect on but also to share.
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