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She continued: ‘Children should realise they are not alone and that there are lots of different ways of reacting to what has happened. Some children, particularly young children, may find it really difficult to identify their emotions, and I hope that this book will help them to do this. I am immensely grateful for the support that NHS Bristol has provided to develop this book.’

Professor Ray Jones, independent chair of Bristol’s safeguarding children’s board, said: ‘Abuse within families is wrong and dangerous whether the victims are children or adults. And for children there is the emotional stress and the fear of being within a family where there is domestic violence.

Helping children to talk about their experiences is important and this book is a welcome resource for children and those who seek to provide help in Bristol and beyond.’

For further information, please contact Gemma Myers on 0117 984 1580 or [email protected].







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