New children’s book explains ‘Good Secrets, Bad Secrets’

Friday, 16 January 2015

Deborah J. Monroe brings difficult topic of child abuse to young audience

GREENVILLE, N.C. – Childhelp, one of the largest victim advocacy programs in the U.S., estimates that between four and seven children die each day from child abuse in the U.S. This record is among the worst of any industrialized nation.

In an effort to improve this statistic, author Deborah J. Monroe releases her new book, “Good Secrets, Bad Secrets” (published by LifeRich Publishing), to introduce the topic of abuse to children and instruct them on what to do if they know of someone being abused.

“Good Secrets, Bad Secrets” differentiates between the types of secrets that children often share between them. The book explains why bad secrets need to be shared with an adult and assures children they are doing the right thing.

Monroe herself experienced the harrowing affects of child abuse and has since dedicated her life to stopping it. She hopes her book will help children understand what to do if they know someone being abused.

“Good Secrets, Bad Secrets”

By Deborah J. Monroe

Softcover | 8.5 x 8.5 in | 18 pages | ISBN 9781489703330

E-Book | 18 pages | ISBN 9781489703323

Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author

Deborah Monroe is a survivor of abuse. She is now an activist against abuse, a court appointed advocate for abused and neglected children, and she is also the founder of Victimize Me No More. She previously published “Hurt No More: The Healing Guide for Victims and Abusers.” More information is available at www.victimizemenomore.org.

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