Tonight's special guest is Stacy Stover from Kansas City, Missouri, a child abuse and domestic violence survivor, an activist and mother. "I've got a story to shock all child abuse advocates," she says. And she's been searching for someone to help her tell it. "I only dream of the day I can put all this behind me, and start healing with my girls, helping free others of the demons on this earth." Her personal experiences have taught her a lot. "People more than not often turn a blind eye to a lot of situations of domestic violence, stalking and tormenting, as they are scared of retaliation. I know first hand what that is like." Stacy goes on, "Never turn a blind eye, even to just the suspicion of a child being sexually abused (raped / molested / exploited). You may be that child's only hope. REPORT IT, even if anonymously." Stacy's story will include the difficult situation she now faces. We hope to point out that we must face whatever we're presented, even in recovery. We have to be responsible to deal with life on life's terms. Stacy now finds herself embroiled in a difficult marriage, and is currently trying to extricate herself and her kids from her husband's control. She feels the cards have been stacked against her, and we'll try to assist. NAASCA is hoping she'll be able to resolve her problems and find the comfort that we know lies before us as we simplify our lives.