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When the FBI arrested her former husband for child predation, Darlene Ellison and her children were devastated. Bit by bit she fought her way back from despair, despite enormous public attention, harsh judgment from outsiders, and her own feelings of intense betrayal. Out of this, she grew determined to help other families detect and avoid predators. This book reveals a strong woman’s journey from typical suburban wife to crusader against pedophilia and offers tools that parents, grandparents, and others can use to detect and avoid predators. It also provides guidance and life-reclaiming strategies for anyone who has suffered the shame, humiliation, or guilt that betrayal imposes on its victims.
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Darlene Ellison, MS, is the vice president of business development for Professional Bank, N.A., the founder and coordinator of two award-winning Women in Business” community organizations, and she speaks as a National Children’s Advocate. She lives in Dallas, Texas.Review:
"Ellison writes in a clear-headed fashion with compassion and, ultimately, with the knowledge that beyond the initial shock of revelation, healing for the family and community can only happen in the light of day." —Kathleen Kent, author, The Heretic's Daughter
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Book Description HTA Books, 2009. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. first edition. 133 pages. 8.60x5.50x0.50 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # zk0982286406
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