Three Things I Have to Remember When Raising Children Who Have Been Abused

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1. Punishing a child with a trauma history for repeated lying will not train him not to lie. It will make it worse.

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Top Writer in Parenting, follower of Jesus, photographer, birthmom, foster & adoptive mom sharing what matters most to me with the talents God has given me.

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