Five myths about child sexual abuse

It’s been a while, but I’m back now and am rolling out new videos every Monday so stay tuned! Today: five damaging myths about child sexual abuse. Damaging, because they perpetuate the sense of shame and personal responsibility that is felt by most survivors. Here’s me explaining each common belief and why they are myths:

Remember, if you find this video helpful, please like, comment, subscribe and share. I’m talking on the internet so that I can help bring down the sense of isolation that child sexual abuse causes. You are not alone.

If you are a professional who works with children, and would like me to contribute to any upcoming safeguarding events, you can email me at siobhanpyburn@gmail.com.

 

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