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Initial post: Aug 3, 2011 12:27:05 AM PDT
If more adults revealed their own sexual abuse, how would this have an impact on children being willing to tell?

Are there any stats on how children who tell or not tell fare in later life?

Posted on Jan 2, 2013 10:32:34 AM PST
D. King says:
It is hard to tell, as it seems to depend on how the adult victims regard it. I was molested as a young teen. Now I'm adult with no children. I have came to terms with the molestation and my religious views. It was not my fault. It was not my sin. I have shared my story with few others. I think it depends on the emotional and religious well being of the child victim and how their parents and other respective guardians make of the incident.
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