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HUSH – Moving from Silence to Healing After Childhood Sexual Abuse book by Nicole Braddock Bromley

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The author, Nicole Braddock Bromley, is a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, but she has not kept silent. She helps the reader to heal by learning how to: break the silence, realise it is not your fault, forgive those who hurt you, and make a difference.

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HUSH – Moving from Silence to Healing After Childhood Sexual Abuse book by Nicole Braddock Bromley

Survivors of childhood sexual abuse can be found in every corner of society. Yet this shocking reality is blanketed by a thick conspiracy—silence.

The author, Nicole Braddock Bromley, is a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, but she has not kept silent. She helps the reader to heal by learning how to: break the silence, realise it is not your fault, forgive those who hurt you, and make a difference.

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