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Hush: Moving from Silence to Healing after Childhood Sexual Abuse

Nicole Braddock Bromley
208 pages. $12.99.


A book written for both young abuse victims and the adults who care about them, in heartfelt words that might help bring this often buried problem to the forefront. Bromley is a victim of abuse and the founder of OneVOICE Enterprises, which raises awareness of sexual violence and helps its victims. She mixes persuasive advice with anecdotes from her work with abuse victims. Her 11 chapters tackle myths about suffering abuse, finding the courage to speak up and developing the strength to move on. (312) 329-4000,


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