Welcome to NOT IN MY WORLD!!!!, where we speak-out against Child Abuse and Violence
NOT IN MY WORLD!!!! is the product of a Circle of Friends on Google, who believe PRICELE$$ is the only value we can place upon Love, Honor, and Duty to Our Children, and to every Child in this world.
We are a nonprofit information resource center, serving families, parents, and the general public on issues related to good parenting.
All Children deserve to grow up in a non-violent, family setting, being loved, cared for, feeling safe at all times, with proper diet, and as they grow be taught Honor, Truth, Respect, Responsibility, and Duty in regard to themselves, others, and as young future citizens.
“The test of the morality of a society is what it does for its Children.”
– Dietrich Bonhoeffer –
The resources we have made available are not our property and are made available in good faith only as a public service, for we believe there is a basic set of values parents should possess to be good, productive members of a community and citizens of this country, as well as teaching Children these same values.
The resources we have available at this time are listed in the left sidebar menu: Anger Management, Baby, Child Abuse, Children, Communication, Conflict Resolution Skills, Family & Good Parenting, Stress Relief, and Violence.
Restoring Hope: Volume 1
“Removing Chains of Child Abuse”
Ark of Hope for Children is proud to present our first book in our Restoring Hope series, “Removing Chains of Child Abuse”. This very special book is compiled from short stories, art and poetry authored by seventeen survivors of child abuse, bullying and human trafficking. The contributing survivors in volume one hail from three different countries; United States, United Kingdom and France. Stories are already being gathered for Restoring Hope volume two.
These powerful stories allowed those who submitted them to experience writing and art as therapy. The authors know that their works will give hope to the survivors reading them to realize that they are not alone and they too can recover. This book is packed with resources for those still suffering and it includes a short journal in the back for readers to note their feelings as they read. A full journal is now available! Created as a stand alone journal or to accompany this book, read more about the Removing Chains of Child Abuse Journal here.
The Restoring Hope Project was made possible through our Community Partnership with TGIM Publishing, which is the proud developer of Writing for the Soul Workshop™. The workshop is a vibrant program that invokes a passion for writing, resources for healing, and skills for a lifetime while tackling the problems of mental, financial and educational inequality.
Parental Supervision and Quality Time
Our Children are easy prey when left unsupervised and many parents mistakenly believe their Children are safe indoors.
The internet is a cesspool of perverts and pedophiles doing everything possible to lure Children to them.
There are apps which block access, according to how they are set, and apps that record activity and location; all of these should be seriously considered and employed as another means to protect Children in day-to-day life, although nothing can replace parental supervision and quality time.
∗ It must be noted that these apps that track activity and location and their uses are strictly governed by Federal Law and closely monitored, these may not be utilized against anyone over 18 years of age.
Domestic Violence and Every Day Violence
Child Abuse is out of control and Violence is sky-rocketing. We have allowed Violence to become a common, everyday, thing.
Violence takes many forms, including intimate partner violence, sexual violence, child maltreatment, bullying, suicidal behavior, and elder abuse and neglect. These forms of violence are interconnected and often share the same root causes.
There are experiences, particularly early in childhood, that make it extremely predictable that individuals are at substantially higher risk for involvement with violence, be it interpersonal, youth violence, intimate partner violence, dating violence, or child abuse.
When children grow up in safe, stable, and nurturing relationships and environments, they learn empathy, impulse control, anger management and problem-solving—all skills that protect against violence.
When children grow up in environments where they don’t feel safe, their brain cells form different connections with each other to better recognize and respond to threats.
Children living in a persistently threatening environment are more likely to respond violently (fight) or run away (flight) than children who grow up in safe, stable, and nurturing environments.
Fight-or-flight responses are survival skills that people are born with and often override other skills that enable non-violent conflict resolution, such as impulse control, empathy, anger management, and problem-solving skills.
Tougher Laws For Any Form Of Child Abuse
Child Abuse, especially Child Sexual Abuse and Child Sexual Slavery is ignored and Child predators are given minimum sentences, even when the CHILD is exposed to life-threatening STDs.
This year alone, 10,000,000 Young People, 13 years of age to 23 years of age will contract at least one (1) or more STI or STD.
There are about 3.3 million reports of Child Maltreatment every year in the United States. Yet less than 25% of the cases are reported, which translates to over 13,200,000 actual cases of Child Maltreatment, and the actual number may be much higher.
What should be a wakeup call to everyone is the unsettling fact that out of 3.3 million reports, only 686,000 cases are deemed actual Child Maltreatment.
It has now been proven that due to a faulty, tainted system of record keeping within CPS and other Departments, what is listed as about 5 Children daily, is more near 10 to 13 Children daily in the United States DIE because of Child Abuse or Neglect.
a. 70.3% were younger than three years of age
b. 44.4% were younger than one year of age
“The future of this Country and Our World, depend on what we do now.”
– Robert StrongBow –
- Violence: Connecting The Dots – pdf
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
- Journal of Preventive Medicine
- Ark of Hope for Children