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19th February 2020
Momentum builds for law change following Bob Higgins child sexual abuse case
A campaign to include child sexual abuse among those “serious crimes” for which suspects can be retried gathered momentum on Monday with the backing of former footballers and a series of charities.
SupportLine's article in Anything Goes Lifestyle magazine:
Let's Talk About Grief
Grief is the natural response we get when we lose a loved one, someone we cared for and someone who meant something to us.
One Small Word – Surviving Childhood Abuse by Gloria F Eveleigh
Gloria released her novel which is based on her experiences of childhood sexual abuse in the hope it would help others. Gloria was invited to submit her novel to the Truth Project, part of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse. SupportLine was delighted to have been asked to write the foreword to this book, a copy of which can be bought on Amazon.
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