Ma, even I was the Victim #Fiction #Child abuse stories

August 2, 2016

A news was flashing on the screen- A child was sexually exploited by one of the neighbor.
Ma feels proud of herself when she see her children- she did not let them to fall in prey to this misdeed.

Her daughter, who was standing behind forlorn and confused, wanted to tell her something.

Her mind was speaking- Ma, what you don’t know is even I was the victim.

He was one of their neighbors, few years elder to all the other Kids but always interested in playing with them. He had a false motive which innocent Kids were unaware of.

Now she knows why he always insisted them to play Kidnapping game. She hate him like anything.

Now she knows why only girls were being kidnapped. She curses herself on how foolish she was to fall into his trap, his false motives.

The moment she hear anyone speaking about it- Past haunts her and start flashing in her mind, making her hate him more and more.

She could not help but to see his face and the demon behind it each day.

She feel pity on herself, questions cloud her mind leaving her stressed each time – Why Ma, Why you did not tell me about all this earlier, Why you did not warn me, Why you did not given me the caution signs.

Up to 36% of Girls and 29% of Boys have suffered child sexual abuse before the age of 18.

1 in every 4 girls , 1 in every 7 boys face sexual exploitation in various forms.

Lets join our hands to make our Children more aware and help them not to be the victim of this heinous act – Child abuse stories


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  • Saru

    Creating awareness is the only way we can stop it. Parents should be very protective of their children and they should talk to them.

    • You are right Saru.Talking to them is an only way as Parents can’t follow them everywhere.

  • Kala Ravi

    This is a very important part of educating and increasing awareness in our children. Nowadays good schools have made it a part of their curriculum. But parents too have a duty to educate their child about the same. Good topic that you have taken up Upasna.

    • Its our responsibility to let our Kids to see a friend in Parents so that they talk freely. Thanks Kala for the kind words.

  • That’s a topic I strongly feel about. Parents can never really be trusting anyone when it comes to young children. Child abuse is on the rise and everybody must be vigilant about what’s happening around. WE might be able to save many children from the terrible experience and trauma that child abuse leaves them with.

    • Rekha, yo are right when you say Parents should not trust ANYONE, be it a close relative or Friend.Parents should know where the child is going an with whom. Every morning I open newspaper to read these horrible stories.

  • Deepankar

    totally agree, high time that as sensible and responsible parents it is our paramount duty to make aware our kids to b able to identify D RIGHT N D WRONG. Moreover they should b nurtured to b free at all times to share and discuss their events and we need to have ample patience to listen to each and every word of theirs with interest..

    • Thanks Deepankar for taking time to drop a comment. Children should know the difference between Bad and Good touch and its our responsibility to educate them. We should not discourage them when they try to tell us about their routines and the people they meet. You said it right.