Charlene McElhinney’s Book Review of Washed Away: From Darkness to Light by Nikki Dubose

After reading Nikki’s memoir I was lost for words. What a remarkable woman, I thought, and oh so courageous! To…

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Walk in my shoes, hear my story.

  Dear Friends, On June 7th, 2017, Gary Greenberg of Fighting for Children PAC (Protect NY Kids), Peaceful Hearts Foundation…

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Fiona Likes to Blog: 3 mental health books you MUST read today

I’ve spent many an afternoon wandering around the library. To me the library has always been a place of opportunity,…

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PsychCentral: With Child Sexual Abuse, Awareness is Critical, but Prevention is Key

My parents trusted Robbie since he played Mr. Fix-it, but Uncle Robbie played other games—secret games that only he and…

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Reflecting on my memoir, Washed Away: From Darkness to Light to College Students

Nikki DuBose reflects on her memoir, Washed Away: From Darkness to Light, to college students from nikki dubose on Vimeo.

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Get Busy Thriving! Podcast: Interview with Fashion Model with Nikki DuBose

“I’ve been reading the recently released memoir of Nikki Dubose called Washed Away: From Darkness to Light. I sense so…

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Huffington Post: Denial, More Than Anything, Is Hindering Progress For Victims Of Child Sexual Abuse

If money is one hell of a drug, then denial is one of the biggest drug dealers in the world.…

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Support the PAC Fighting for Children Who Have Been Sexually Abused

Donate to the PAC Please donate to the PAC (Political Action Committee), so that corrupt lawmakers who helped kill the…

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VLOG: What Advice Would I Give to My Younger Self?

Thank you Jenni Schaefer, Eating Recovery Center, and Project Heal, for allowing me to be a part of this inspiring recovery…

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VLOG Episode 4: Eating Disorders & Sexual Abuse in the Modeling Industry

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Huffington Post – I was Raped by a Photographer. Here’s Why You Should Care.

Trigger warning. Models. Rape. Eating disorders. Sexual abuse. Mental health. While all of the above are quick to grab attention,…

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