Fri, Jan 20 2012
Author and sexual abuse counselor Nicole Bromley will share her testimony of healing from childhood sexual abuse during a chapel presentation at 10:50 a.m. in the S.E. Belcher Jr. Chapel and Performance Center Monday, Jan. 30. Also that day, Bromley will present a “Girl Talk” session for women only at 7 p.m. in the LETU Education Building lecture hall. Admission to both sessions is open and free to the public. A separate presentation for men only will be held at 7 p.m. in LETU's Speer Chapel.
Bromley is the author of “Hush,” and is the founder and CEO of One Voice Enterprises that is an organization that is bringing healing change into the lives of victims of sexual abuse.
Childhood sexual abuse is running rampant, yet it’s the best-kept secret in our nation today. Its victims grow into adulthood with their little child’s heart trapped in the pain and torment of their past. Bromley shares her own story and the steps to moving from silence to healing. Her book, “Hush,” exposes the harsh realities of childhood abuse, explains the pain it causes, examines the false beliefs it creates, and empowers survivors to begin a personal journey toward healing by breaking the silence.
With words of understanding and comfort, Bromley tells the real-life stories of those whose voices would otherwise never be heard. She is straightforward enough to pierce the hearts of those in a survivor’s circle of influence, yet careful to tread lightly on what could be tender words. For more information on Bromley, visit www.OneVOICEenterprises.com . Nicole and her husband, Matthew, live in Columbus, Ohio.