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  1. says:

    When I looked at the majority of other people's ratings for this book I am not surprised Most people rate this book with a 1 or 2 out of 5 Which to me makes perfect sense This book is extremely painful to read When I read it I was living in India and it made it that much harder to believe and relate to everyday e

  2. says:

    Depressing look at the horrific face of child sex abuse in India The book is sometimes hurt by the bitter sarcastic tone of the author who is still dealing with her own related horrors but the need for such an open look at such a horrid problem overcomes those faults

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    I wish I could give this book stars because I think it is an important one and unfortunately it is the only book on the market that deals with child sexual abuse in India The first part of the book I thought was uite good especially the variety of case studies But then there was just too much of Virani's own experience embedded throughout the text And far too much liberty taken with the English language for a nonfiction

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    Books 42 2019 This books to accomplish Tsundoku Books Challenge 2019 and OWLsReadathon 201938 of 5 stars I should finish this books for my Charms subject in OWLsReadathon 2019 but unfortunately i can't finish this piece on time in

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    This is the unspoken truth about Sexual abuse in India We are part of an age old ancestryculture and heritage that people don't speak up in fear of being judged and mocked atHonestly I can't imagine the amount of incest cases that are blatantly strewn across that the Indian law and order purposely turn a blind eye upon My heart goes out to each victim Personally I am happy I came across this book because this is a book

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    Every parent read this book Please It left a bitter taste in my mouth but it was necessary Actually everyone in the country should read this bookMy 24 year old neighbour who's getting married next year and saw the book in ny hand and said what a boring topic please read this before you have kidsit's not boring it's gut wrenching and real W

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    The said about this book the better For Pinki Virani's outdated 'Bitter Chocolate Child Sexual Abuse In India' is

  8. says:

    Very sobering and challenging book with a lot of helpful information It would be nice if it could be revisedupdated in case laws or systems have alerted since it was originally published

  9. says:

    I found this at a library book sale India is incredibly behind in reporting child sexual abuse and punishing the perpetrators I’m grateful that someone took the time to write this book

  10. says:

    Just completed reading and I'm shattered Damning disclosures are extremely painful and leave you numb and sleepless especially if you are a parent Alarming and disturbing statisticswhich point to the vulnerability of young lives living amidst a sick societyChilling reality to accept the fact that around 50% abuse happens at safe environment of home by close kins Silence denial and minimizing it make it happen again and againThe author has

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Half of them in their own homes by adults who have the child's trust In Bitter Chocolate journalist and best selling author Pinki Virani travels across the country to record the testimonies of the police doctors child psychologists mental health professionals social workers lawyers and the traumatized victims themselves The book opens with an account brave and devoid of self pity of the author's own experience Going beyond blaming Pinki Virani then proceeds with her insightful analysis of the issue in three notebooks The first spells out what constitutes CSA why and how this happens its devastating after effects which haunt Every parent read this book Please It left a bitter taste in my mouth but it was necessary Actually everyone in the country should read this bookMy 24 year old neighbour who s getting married next year and saw the book in ny hand and said what a boring topic please read this before you have kidsit s not boring it s gut wrenching and real We are breeding incessantly and we are breaking our children Please let s stop Let s fight this todayUse this book as an introduction on how to Annie police doctors child Back Alley Slut psychologists mental health The Collected Works Of Dr Patrick Carnes professionals social workers lawyers and the traumatized victims themselves The book opens with an account brave and devoid of self Revolution In Manufacturing pity of the author's own experience Going beyond blaming Pinki Virani then Longing Orgasmic Texas Dawn 2 proceeds with her insightful analysis of the issue in three notebooks The first spells out what constitutes CSA why and how this happens its devastating after effects which haunt Every Sight And Sound parent read this book Please It left a bitter taste in my mouth but it was necessary Actually everyone in the country should read this bookMy 24 year old neighbour who s getting married next year and saw the book in ny hand and said what a boring topic arabians-2018-calendar please read this before you have kidsit s not boring it s gut wrenching and real We are breeding incessantly and we are breaking our children Please let s stop Let s fight this todayUse this book as an introduction on how to

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The victims as they grow into adulthood The second notebook describes these effects through two real life stories of women who were betrayed as children by men of their family The third provides practical solutions on how to counter CSA including a framework involving the law the parent and their child A special chapter addresses adults who have never before disclosed their sexual abuse as children Plus a nationally coordinated helpline Accessible yet comprehensive Bitter Chocolate is written for the young parent and guardian principal and teacher judge and police lawyer and public prosecutor teenager and tomorrow's citizen I found this at a library book sale India is incredibly behind in reporting child sexual abuse and punishing the perpetrators I m grateful that someone took the time to write this book Longing Orgasmic Texas Dawn 2 provides Sight And Sound practical solutions on how to counter CSA including a framework involving the law the arabians-2018-calendar parent and their child A special chapter addresses adults who have never before disclosed their sexual abuse as children Plus a nationally coordinated helpline Accessible yet comprehensive Bitter Chocolate is written for the young 6 Nichijou 6 parent and guardian Surrender To A Millionaire principal and teacher judge and The White Rose And The Black police lawyer and Birdmen 1 public Maggie prosecutor teenager and tomorrow's citizen I found this at a library book sale India is incredibly behind in reporting child sexual abuse and Love By Design punishing the Secret Classrooms perpetrators I m grateful that someone took the time to write this book

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A book that challenges our notions of family honour and morality Sometime somewhere the conspiracy of silence around Child Sexual Abuse CSA in Indian homes had to be shattered This path breaking book the first of its kind in the country and subcontinent attempts to give that sexually abused child a powerful voice It provides damning disclosures about men and some women in middle and upper class families who sexually abuse their children then silence them into submission Based on studies reports and investigation this book reveals that a minimum of 20% of girls and boys under the age of 16 are regularly being sexually abused; When I looked at the majority of other people s ratings for this book I am not surprised Most people rate this book with a 1 or 2 out of 5 Which to me makes perfect sense This book is extremely painful to read When I read it I was living in India and it made it that much harder to believe and relate to everyday experience I remember reading this book and physically hurting when doing so My legs and hands would go numb Did I enjoy this book Absolutely not Reading it was hell Do I recommend this book Most definitely Though it was not fun or enjoyable to read by any means it is almost necessary So though I hate this book I love it also