this podcast makes a safe space for survivors of childhood sexual abuse and to receive support, resources, and share their stories. Beyond Surviving is about freedom, healing, and connection between the broadcaster and the listener
in the song "Bang My Head" it talks about a child being trapped somewhere for a long time. It says when you feel like giving up just keep fighting and something good will happen. the lyrics are very descriptive on the place where the child is and her mental thoughts while shes trapped. i think that gives the listener a point of view they've never had before and give the listener the view of the child to feel sympathy.
In this article it explains what happens when abuse is all that a child knows, and what happens when the system meant to protect children fails. It keeps affecting the kid all the way into their adult life. There are many programs meant to help cope with it but many of the sufferers that go say that it doesn't help it just takes your mind off of it
This article talks about human trafficking and how it happened in the past and still happening now, people buy children for certain things such as work, sexual needs or to force them into marriage against their will it gives many reasons to why its bad as well as many way to detect and stop it
In this article in brings to light that Over 100 million children around the world work in hazardous conditions in agriculture, mining, domestic labor, and other sectors. Child labor takes the child away from learning and childhood. they grow up working and never get to live the way they want to. Many children who work get very little pay and often abused if they don't make their daily quota or just have a little mess up. They grow up with little to no education which in the long run makes it hard for them to get a job in the future.
In this article it discusses the consequences of child maltreatment and abuse which can and will effect the child all the way into their future. Scaring them and keeping them from reaching their potential as a member of society. It shows that when you abuse a child or mistreat them in anyway it can leave a long lasting affect on their mental and physical capabilities.