They Can’t Touch Him Now by James Williamson
Honest and unflinching, They Can’t Touch Him Now is a harrowing portrait of the life long psychological impact of childhood neglect and abuse. James Williamson’s detailed account of the disturbingly common events which led to his own abuse, reminds us all that children are easy target for sexual predators, and that parents and educators must pay close attention to changes in children’s behavior, highlighting the importance of trust and communication, at home and at school.
Offering a window into one man’s painful childhood, a subsequently bewildering adulthood and a doomed marriage.
They Can’t Touch Him Now reveals the complex emotions and crisis of self experienced by survivors of child abuse. James believes that if his book helps just one person overcome their own troubled past - or present - the resurrection of his own demons will have been worth it.
About the author: After leaving school with no qualifications, James Williamson became a successful
entrepreneur, setting up his own management firm before selling the company and relocating to Spain. He is currently working on his second book Whose Afraid of Tomorrow which deals with the collapse of his marriage and the acceptance and revelation of his homosexuality. James Williamson lives with his partner Phillip in Dorset.
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