Becoming a parent as a survivor of sexual abuse

Parenting after having been abused is no small feat. Because of everything that has gone wrong in your own childhood, you can be insecure about how to raise your own children. 

Why worry?

There certainly is cause for worry. Studies show that children of parents who have been abused are more likely to suffer from childhood sexual abuse and/or bullying. This is a cause for concern, but it is something that can be overcome. Many parents raise perfectly well adjusted children, after suffering through severe abuse as a child themselves. What is their secret? What do you have to watch out for? How can you protect your children from the harm that you have suffered?

You are one step ahead allready!

Some survivors feel they have left the past behind without really healing from it and others are simply less aware of the problem and don’t know the risk the influence of the past poses for the future. If you are reading this, you are one step ahead. You’ve realized that there may be a problem and are looking for a solution. Congratulations, you’re on your way. 

What to expect from this book

This book focuses on specific difficulties that arise from becoming a parent after having been abused as a child. It helps you identify the problems that may arise and offers tips and solutions on how to deal with them. 

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