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REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(NYC) Impact of sexual abuse on child victims examined; films shown. [Abuse VICTIM - wants to forget.] [Cnslr. Pat POWERS - notes victims' experience robs them of capacity to trust and love.] Psychological problems faced by victims described. [Psychologist Nicholas GROTH - notes quilt suffered by victims.] [VICTIM - recalls experience.] [Victim's MOTHER - describes abusers' seduction of children.] [VICTIM - describes her feelings of guilt, shame.] [MOTHER - describes daughter's behavior after abuse.] [Psychologist Paul WALKER - notes victims usually live with their sense of guilt and shame for years before they receive help.] [VICTIM - continues description.]
REPORTER: Bill Schechner
- Brokaw, Tom;
- Schechner, Bill
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