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Child Abuse: The Impact Doesn’t Have to Last A Lifetime

Child Abuse: The Impact Doesn’t Have to Last A Lifetime

Nothing is impossible to overcome. That is the message that Nikki Rosen wants to share with you.

Nikki RosenNikki grew up in an abusive home and suffered years of child abuse. It led her to drug use and engaging in self-injurious behavior at the early age of 12 years old. She spent years on the streets with a drug addiction and an eating disorder, even enduring rape, all of which fed into her belief that she was worthless. But, eventually, she found herself on the path to health and recovery.

Recovery From Child Abuse is a Long, Tough Road

Nikki has restored her self-worth. She practiced forgiveness, most importantly of herself. She worked diligently over time to find healing. With the help of a trusted counselor and the strength of a true fighter, she lives free today. Nikki details her true story in a book titled “In the Eye of Deception.” On this edition of the HealthyPlace Mental Health Radio Show, she shares with us how there can be life after addiction, rape, abuse and homelessness.

Listen to “The Impact of Abuse Doesn’t Have to Last a Lifetime”

Read more information on the effects of child abuse.
Nikki Rosen’s website is here.

Share Your Experiences About the Impact of Child Abuse

How has child abuse impacted you as an adult? Have you found any tools to help with recovery from child abuse? We invite you to call us at 1-888-883-8045 and share your experiences and insights. (Info on Sharing Your Mental Health Experiences here.) You can also leave comments below.

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