The Sam Unglo Blog
What Child Sex Abuse Survivors Want
What do child sex abuse survivors want as they aim to move forward positively in life? Several months before my brother Michael died, he wrote a poem called, “A Tree in Stockbridge.” It articulates what child sex abuse survivors want: A Tree in Stockbridge Down on...
Running and the Grieving Process
Nearing the tenth anniversary of my brother Michael’s passing, I am reminded by how beneficial running can be in the grieving process. For me, it has allowed me the chance to think, to clear my mind. During the quarantine, which many have likened to a grieving process...
Using a Pandemic to Delay Delivering Justice for Innocent Victims
Here we go again. It’s the too often and familiar Catholic playbook for atoning for its grave sins of child sexual abuse by its very own leaders supposedly espousing good and righteousness.
The Hidden and Often Untold Long-lasting Pain Caused by Child Sexual Abuse
Do we really appreciate and understand the torment and pain caused by child sexual abuse? Some people wish victims would move on and let it go. But, can they? How can such violation at a young age really be forgotten about? In my book, The Murder of Innocence: The...