Children and young people have different ways of letting others know when something is out of order. There are also children and young people who actually think that everything is as it should be. Others try to hide what is going on. Those who were subject to sexual harrasment in their youth often say “The adults must have known - they should have realised that something was wrong.”
In this book you can figure out what to do. The book gives courage, so that you will be better equipped to take action. The book has plenty of advice. It is vital to get the child to explain what it is that it is struggling with. There are writings about secrets and about stroking. We are also told how those who were sexually abused are doing now in their adult years. The book gives information on a delicate subject.
The book is intended for employees of schools, health and social services and for professionals. The book is also suitable for those who are concerned with sexual abuse of children.