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Synopsis: Oprah presented him to the nation. USA Today wrote up his life story. People Magazine gave him a feature article. And Jake Goldenflame was introduced to the world. Twenty years ago, he was sentenced to ten years in prison for molesting his daughter and that might have been the end of him. But, while there, he voluntarily put himself through therapy along with a demanding two-year tutorial in ethics and morality given by his prison chaplain. Released after serving his time as a model prisoner, he went on to become a public champion of Megan's Law when it went on the books, requiring the public registration of all convicted sex offenders. (Advice from a registered sex offender, San Francisco Examiner, August 18, 1997.) Reoffense-free for over a dozen years now, Goldenflame has become a role model for sex offenders who want to recover and a spokesperson to communities facing the prospect of living with them. His book tells people what they can do to help prevent every parent's worst nightmare from happening to them and how sex offenders can make their way back. Using what he learned from his past and from the sex offenders he has met in prison and since, the author gives specific suggestions that readers can use to help keep themselves and their families safe from rapists and child molesters in the streets, on the Internet or in youth organizations, as well as from repeated sexual abuse, child prostitution, incest and repeat sex offenders who move into their neighborhood. Among his insights: What's different about us is not how many times we do it but whom we go after and why. If you want your children to be the kind we would never seek, teach them self confidence. (Chapter Two) An opportunity for healing has to be part of the sentence or it is the community that is sentenced to dealing with us when we return. (Chapter Four) There have always been men (and women) like us and there always will be. We are a recurrent sexual direction that has appeared in virtually every group of people that has ever existed... (Chapter Five) The victim of sexual abuse isn't the only one injured by it: so is the offender and the sooner the offender realizes this the sooner he will stop. (Chapter Six) The trick is to notice whose turn it is when the dance changes.(Chapter Eight) The message of this book is that you can help protect your children from being lost to a sexual predator, with no more than a personal computer and a telephone, right in your own home. In OVERCOMING SEXUAL PREDATORS, you will learn about: -- Child prostitution and how to protect your child from becoming ensnared by it, -- Signs of the incest family and what you could do to rescue its children, -- How to spot the child who may grow up to become a sex offender, -- Why there will always be sex offenders and what can be done to reform them, and -- How you and your neighbors could control the sex offender who moves into your neighborhood tonight.
Title: Overcoming Sexual Terrorism: 40 Ways To ...
Publisher: Xlibris Corp
Publication Date: 2004
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: 0th Edition.
Book Description Xlibris Corporation LLC. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Ex-Library Book - will contain Library Markings. Light wear to edges and pages. Cover and spine show no easily noticeable damage. Bookseller Inventory # G1413449638I4N10