Runaway (Encounters Series)

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Braver, M., Brumberry, J., Green, K., & Rawson, R. (1992). Rather than challenging the therapist, the client is more likely to go quiet, become numb, and feel despair. Finally, recommendations are given for investigators of this type of case. Multiple victimization may also lead to multiple consensual sexual partnerships and unintended pregnancies. These include improved parental relationships, reduced domestic violence and disharmony, improved school opportunities, work opportunities, better social networks, and better intimate relationships as adults.

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Publisher: San Val (January 1982)

ISBN: 0808518615

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