Vol. 10, No. 2 • May 2006


How I Am Not Only Surviving after Sexual Abuse, but Thriving!
Partnering with Birth Families of Children Who Have Been Sexually Abused
Addressing Difficult Behaviors in Children Who Have Been Sexually Abused
Statistics on Child Sexual Abuse in the U.S.
Preparing a Safe Place for Healing for Sexually Abused Children
Message from the President of the NC Foster and Adoptive Parent Association
Reading about the Hard Stuff: Child Sex Abuse
Foster Parent Training: "Helping Youth Reach Self-Sufficiency"
A Reader Asks . . .
In One Quick Moment
A former foster youth writes about a critical time in her life
SaySo Saturday Celebrates Eight Years
Writing Contest: Who Has Had the Most Influence on Your Life?
Kids' Pages
Protecting the Health of Children and Teens in Foster Care
What You Should Know about Youth Gangs in North Carolina
Don't Forget the Birth Kids: It Takes the Entire Family to Love a Child Wholly
New Program Gives Kids Choice, Voice in Adoption Promotion
Awaiting Adoption in North Carolina
Seeking Input from NC's Foster Parents
Writing contest

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