Watch the Youtube video linked to this press release to see Albert’s story, underscore there is hope for survivors, and gain a deeper understanding of what life is like for victims of child abuse, domestic violence, and those in foster care.

SACRAMENTO, CA, November 22, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ — Albert shares his childhood in the hope that fewer will fall victim to domestic violence and child abuse. The goal is also to educate those who aid survivors, including prospective foster care or kinship providers. The words are palpable and powerful. The journey is both thought-provoking and unimaginable. The outcome is simply inspiring. The level of detail and insight could only come from a survivor defying the odds and seeking to protect rather than self-medicating, perpetrating, or worse.

Here is a review from GoodReads: “Reading the first-hand account of such horrific abuse was very eye-opening. Lack of training, learned survival skills, and turning a blind eye are only the tip of this problem. Albert Grieve does a wonderful job of shining a light on the atrocities he and many children go through. Not only does he give voice to the abused, but he also offers insight into the way things could have played out differently and what we, as a society, can improve on. He also gives the reader an inside look at how he continues to cope with the trauma of his early life. I wish I had had a book like this in my years of teaching. People who work with children owe it to them to read this book!”

Albert also authored a children’s book on resiliency, Little One You Are LOVED, to both give abused and neglected children hope that brighter days are ahead and inform caretakers of the emotional roller-coaster youth experience through trauma.

Watch YouTube Video:

The Fear to Persevere: A Practitioner’s Review Surviving Abuse and Domestic Violence (available now through Amazon and all other vendors)

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