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November 2000Vol. 1, No. 7Resources for Survivors of Child Abuse

Child abuse survivors and anyone who wants to better understand the effects of and recovery from child abuse can access resources on the E-magazine for children's advocates, Best Interests (

The site lists recommended books, including guides for women survivors of child sexual abuse and their partners. An excerpt from another recommended book, Becoming One: A Story of Triumph Over Multiple Personality Disorder, reveals author Sarah E. Olson's personal insight into dissociation following severe childhood trauma. The site also features links to recommended websites pertaining to survivors of child abuse.