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The pressure to attempt to live a ‘normal’ life after CSA/TRAFFICKING experiences is often exhibited in suicidal behavior due to stress:  deciding to let someone know about their abuse;  finding an end or solution to being violated;  dealing with the isolation and loneliness of abusive scenarios; and of course just merely trying to cope with being raped, molested, and violently controlled.  No minor has any real maturity or power of consent to mentally assess her victimization in experiencing Child Sexual Abuse/Trafficking.  Under such duress, she or he may wrongly consider suicide as a true answer and a relief from the pain of violation.


It is important to understand that in the trauma of CSA/Trafficking a girl or boy is using a child’s mind to maintain sanity and emotional normalcy while being regularly betrayed, stigmatized, made powerless, and corrupted physically and emotionally traumatized counterfeit, violent sexualization through rape (2).  Within the life of a child experiencing CSA/Trafficking such devastation can lead a child to consider her life to be a hopeless endeavor and that leaving a world that only uses her begins to make sense to a tormented body and mind. 

It is time to end Child Sexual Abuse/Trafficking throughout society to protect the lives of every child and to save children from reacting by suicide to the devaluation each has experienced through being sexually exploited.  


We thank you for your continued support of Julie’s Haven and our mission to offer girls who have been physically or sexually abused and or sexually trafficked an opportunity to heal by discovering their Purpose, Passion, and Power to begin or continue a positive healing journey.  The information we share at JH provides Awareness Protects strategies that encourage the discovery of the Unique Value as a person for our girl readers/participants to every platform and workshops.  Help us spread the word about CSA/TRAFFICKING and become more aware of the crisis on girls in your influence and around the world. Sign up a Unique Gurl for our Blog


  2. Finkelhor D, Browne A. The traumatic impact of child sexual abuse: a conceptualization. Am J Orthop. 1985;55(4):530–41.

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