Book: Why Didn't They Hear Us? The Causes, Consequences, and Solutions to Children Feeling Unheard by Pamela K Orgeroncategories: Book, Recovery, Child Abuse, Bullying, Dysfunctional Parenting, Toxic Church, Unheard Children
Pamela K Orgeronabout this book: Not a day goes by where we don't see stories in the news about children without a voice. Author Pam Orgeron addresses this problem in the book entitled Why Didn't They Hear Us? The Causes, Consequences, and Solutions to Children Feeling Unheard. When Pam Googled the phrase "children without a voice", she found articles and websites about abused and neglected children, children of divorce, children of prostitutes, and foster children. She also believes aborted babies are another population of "children without a voice".
To provide more research in writing Why Didn't They Hear Us?, Pam also compiled a questionnaire that she ran on the Internet using surveymonkey.com during the months of February through April 2019. The 35-question instrument she compiled included demographic questions, questions seeking information about past experiences of being unheard as a child, and questions seeking preventive measures to minimize the problem of children not having a voice in the future. Participants were given the option to skip questions that they were uncomfortable answering or questions that were not applicable to them. The questionnaire entitled Children without Voices is included in the book. Respondents to the questionnaire included 42 women, nine men, and one individual who preferred not to disclose his or her sex. The age range was 25 years old to 65 plus with almost 40 percent of the respondents 55-64 years old. Data, comments and suggestions from the anonymous respondents are noted and interspersed throughout this book.
Throughout Why Didn't They Hear Us? Pam, who also shares her personal experiences in the book of being an unheard child, offers understanding and a HOPE for healing to those in recovery from being a child without a voice. Clinicians also will find the book useful in working with clients. One clinician, Eugene (Gene) H. Benedict, M.A., LPC-S, San Antonio, Texas, wrote, "I believe there is much healing and encouragement to be found by all who will take the time to read this book. I will be recommending this as a must-read for many of the people who come to me for help."
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