By Paul M Hambke with Martin C Calder
A4 landscape paperback, 144 pages
This survivor's account of how he was helped to come to terms with being sexually abused throughout has boyhood provides opportunities for a wide range of people to learn what the author experienced. The main part of the book is:
In the second part of the book Martin Calder:
Martin's message to perpetrators is that we now 'have a clearer understanding of you behaviour...we are harnessing this knowledge into initiatives that will help us prevent your activities'. His message to survivors is that 'we are more familiar with the pathways you have been taken don, and we now have a much clearer map and compass to help you successfully chart a path to recovery'.Paul's message is that 'someday, someone could come to you and tell you they've been assaulted in a similar way. It could be you own kid, or a friend. Or it could be you. Perhaps this book will help you prepare for that, and you'll be better able to handle it... I hope you find some benefit from it. Proceed at you own risk, but be kind and gentle to yourselves always'.
*Paul M Hambke*has been a professional writer and/or editor for twenty-six years, working as a newspaper reporter and editor, a university journalism professor and publications director, and in non-ficton book publishing. He has worked on survivor and recovery issues since 1986. What I Did On My Summer Vacation is his first book.*Martin C Calder*is an internationally know trainer, consultant and author. Full details can be found at www.caldertrainingandconsultancy.co.uk.
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