06/30/2013 Happy 4th!!! (almost)

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Tonight’s guests:

Troy D. Timmons, 8:06 to 9:00 p.m.
Website:  www.troytimmons.com.
Books: “Mommy, Please Read This: The FACTS about Child Sex Abuse

Troy D. Timmons is Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Sex Offender Treatment Provider in private practice in Amarillo, Texas. He is the author of “Mommy, Please Read This: The FACTS about Child Sex Abuse” and “That’s Not Your Job! A Book about Safe Touch.” He speaks at seminars and conducts training on child sexual abuse across the United States.

Talking Points:

  • How often does CSA occur in the U.S.?
  • Who is most likely to be a victim of CSA?
  • How are abuse survivors impacted by CSA?
  • Who are child molesters?
  • What can we learn from child molesters about protecting children?
  • Why do people molest children?
  • What can responsible adults do to help protect children?
  • Why do most CSA survivors never tell?
  • What is “grooming” and how do offenders employ this technique?
  • Why did you write “Mommy, Please Read This”?
  • How is “Mommy, Please Read This” different from other books on CSA?
  • What is “That’s Not Your Job!” about?
  • Are high profile cases like Jerry Sandusky any different than average cases?
  • Where are your books available?
  • Are you available for trainings and seminars?

Related Links:

Indiana Sex and Violent Offender Registry

Kentucky Sex Offender Registry

National Sex Offender Registry

Sex Offender (info from Wikipedia)

Enhancing Child Safety and Online Technologies


Nancy Kilgore, 9:06 to 10:00 p.m.
Website:  www.siblingbullies.com
Book: GIRL IN THE WATER: A True Story of Sibling Abuse

Nancy Kilgore is the author of GIRL IN THE WATER, a first in the nation account of sibling cruelty. Kilgore has a master’s degree from the University of Oregon. She is a speaker and university continuing education teacher who specializes in family abuse and PTSD. She is a faculty member for the Global Alliance for Preventing Relational Aggression and consults with the U.S. Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime.

Talking Points:

  • What motivated you to write Girl In The Water?
  • How did sibling abuse affect your life?
  • How was your life transformed by sibling abuse?
  • How did you get diagnosed for PTSD?
  • Why don’t more sibling abuse survivors tell their story?
  • Why do you consider yourself an activist on both bullying and sibling abuse?
  • When a child is abused by their sibling(s), why can’t it be dismissed as a rite of passage for the developing child?

Related Links:

Sibling Abuse (Wiki article)

Sibling Abuse (useful info from the University of Michigan)

Understanding what sibling abuse is (American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress)


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