Accepting Submissions for the July 2010 Edition of the Carnival Against Child Abuse

I am excited to host July’s Carnival Against Child Abuse.  This blog carnival’s mission is
Thanks to a suggestion by Marj of Survivors Can Thrive, the theme this month is Independence.

My first thought was how fitting, given that today we celebrate Independence Day in the U.S. I then started thinking about the meaning of independence for survivors and our culture as a whole. For me, this naturally leads to thoughts about dependence, unmet dependency needs and interdependence. I plan to write more about all of that for my Carnival post later this month!

Please submit anything related to independence, dependence or interdependence and child abuse. As always, you do not have to limit yourself to this month’s theme. All submissions are welcome.

Submissions are due by Wednesday, July 21 and I will publish on Friday, July 23.

Submit at: Blog Carnival Submissions

On the submission page you will be asked to pick a category of: Advocacy & Awareness; Aftermath; Art Therapy; Healing & Therapy; In the News; Poetry; or Survivor Stories. Your blog itself does not need to be about child abuse, just the post you are submitting. Feel free to submit older articles and/or more than one article.

I look forward to receiving and presenting your submissions! Please spread the word!

Happy Independence Day!

Kathleen Young, Psy.D.

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3 Responses to Accepting Submissions for the July 2010 Edition of the Carnival Against Child Abuse

  1. This looks great! Thanks for putting in the part about the blog carnival’s mission. I often forget to remind folks of that myself. I just know you are going to be a great host! 🙂

  2. Pingback: Looking into the future | Scattered pieces

  3. Pingback: What about Interdependence? « Dr. Kathleen Young: Treating Trauma in Chicago

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