Regardless of the nuances in their significance, the survivors of sexual abuse struggle with not only mental and physical trauma - from the way their mind begins to perceive the world, to how their bodies buckle under the stress - it also tears them down spiritually. The trauma exudes all aspects of their life, and for some, it never ends. It floods into close and valuable relationships in their life, seeping its way into encounters and interactions with their children. This is why it is so important for the survivors, those related to them, parents, care givers and teachers, to be able to read and understand the signs and how the abuse may manifest, which ultimately help in healing.
"Anyone who has a brain should nourish his intellect just as he nourishes his stomach and there is no better way to nourish the mind than reading a book and benefiting from it. Read whatever you can get your hands on, even if it's a cookbook."
A student of knowledge can forget anything, but should never forget sending salutations upon the Prophet ﷺ whenever and wherever his name is read or mentioned.