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Unforgivable Sins by Scott Hall

Unforgivable Sins

by Scott Hall

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I personally worked with Scott Hall while he was writing this book and I can honestly say that it is a very readable, very real representation of the sexual abuse and hardships subjected to the men and women that were forced to enter residential schools by the Roman Catholic Church and the government. Scott has a way of speaking the bold, ugly truth and yet you do not want to put the book down. Please do not misunderstand me when I say that this book is a hard read. It is about real people and terrible things, but it is worth the effort. Thank you Scott, for writing about what others would not. I have the utmost respect for you and your book.
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This book is for the children past who were sexually abused and for the children of the certain future where sexual abuse has been banished from society… It is my belief, based on having heard the stories of over one thousand victims of sexual abuse, approximately one in every five children in North America has been sexually abused… Fortunately, through a combination of education and awareness programs at home and at school, children are now being taught to be more assertive the second they are touched improperly… If this book is about nothing else, it is about the vital importance of teaching children about abuse at an early age. Knowledge prevents sexual abuse. The best people to deliver this knowledge are mothers. The best time to deliver this knowledge is today. Scott Hall

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