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Sun, Aug. 26 2012 07:05 AM EDT

The Sexual Predator Pattern

By June Hunt
Typically, childhood sexual abuse is not a onetime, isolated incident, but rather a premeditated plan resulting in repeated abuse by a perpetrator. While the details in each story of abuse may be different, perpetrators follow a predetermined pattern of behavior: first seducing, then stimulating, silencing and suppressing the child. (A link to this page will be included in your message. )

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