HOW TO STAY SANE AND FIGHT THE BATTLE
Updated: Dec 2, 2021
A false allegation of child abuse is devastating to all concerned, but it does not have to be fatal. You can survive! You can recover! As a falsely accused person, you are the only one who can decide whether or not you will survive and recover, or become a victim and casualty. YOU will be the major determinant in your relationships with friends and loved ones. YOU will determine whether your personal and family relationships survive. YOU will determine whether you emerge as a stronger person. YOU MUST gather all of your strength, courage, intelligence, and faith to overcome a false allegation of child abuse. If YOU fight hard enough and long enough, YOU can emerge the victor. If you have already been convicted, you must continue the fight for your freedom, so that you can eventually build a new life for yourself. Remember who you are. Don’t let the system rob you of your pride, your dignity, your spirit, or the truth.
If you are a loved one, family member, or friend of the falsely accused, your understanding, emotional, and financial support are critical. The intense pressure of a false allegation of child abuse against someone you love can push you to the breaking point due to stress and the emotional highs and lows of the accused. If you have questions, or things do not make sense, educate yourself. Research the facts about child abuse instead of relying upon myths presented by “child savers” who have financial interests, or the ratings-seeking media which generally parrots those same “child savers”.
Remember always, your loved one needs all of your support, not part of it. It has always been my goal to be brutally honest. Once fear of the unknown is confronted, productive energies can be put forth in your fight for justice.
Read more here about one man’s story of fighting false allegations of child abuse.
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