Shree Jackson’s new book “Not My Son, Not My Daughter” is an honest look at sexual abuse in America and the steps that can be taken to help the survivors.

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Recent release “Not My Son, Not My Daughter” from Page Publishing author Shree Jackson is an eye-opening collection of case studies involving sexual abuse and the institutions in place meant to offer solace to survivors.

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Shree Jackson, a devoted mother, loving widow, and social worker, has completed her new book “Not My Son, Not My Daughter”: a stirring compilation of cases worked by the author.

Shree writes, “Not My Son, Not My Daughter was birthed from years of experience watching children suffer due to the lack of knowledge from their parents or caregivers. However, this even goes deeper than that, not only has the children suffer from lack of parental care, but from the systems put in place, such as Child Protective Service and the Juvenile Justice System.

It takes a lot of courage to speak out and ask for help, to tell someone your body has been violated in the most unimaginable way. Once you muster up that courage to tell the trusted adult – a parent or caregiver, relative, teacher, either social work or probation officer – three things must happen to help your healing journey. Those three things are: First, they have to believe you; second, you need to be safe from the person or the environment; and lastly, there has to be continual protection. If these three things do not happen, we cripple our courageous boy or girl from completely healing.

Sometimes, the most unfortunate things happen and someone you trust molests your child. You cannot change what happened to the child. Nevertheless, you can certainly believe, keep them safe, and protect them from a future occurrence. Read this book to see how you can turn a tragedy into a treasure.”

Published by Page Publishing, Shree Jackson’s case studies are a powerful tale of abuse and survival amongst some of the nation’s most vulnerable groups.

With real-world examples and a substantial history in the field, Shree Jackson brings to light the difficulties and joys of working with individuals who have suffered abuse.

Readers who wish to experience this heartfelt work can purchase “Not My Son, Not My Daughter” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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