September 26, 2018
By Scott Floyd
Part 1 of this series considered the extent of child sexual abuse—how often does sexual abuse of children take place? The vast majority of experts on the matter agree sexual abuse of children is more extensive than most people realize, and, for a variety of reasons, a great deal of child abuse goes unreported.
Part 2a described a set of common indications that a child or teen may have been sexually abused.
How does sexual abuse impact adults?
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