NO ONE GIVES A SHIT ABOUT VICTIMS OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE, it has taken me a lifetime to build up the courage to write this, but here we go….. I was born in 1966, a brother to a loving family in London and my parents at the time were hard working and for all their work...

Poem by John Roedel

my brain and heart divorced a decade ago over who was to blame about how big of a mess have become eventually, they couldn't be in the same room with each other now my head and heart share custody of me stay with my brain during the week and my heart gets me on...

This is my life, written down on paper

My name is ‘Rosie’. This is my life written down on paper. My childhood was not a very good one. My parents were heroin addicts and as you can imagine they were not very good at being parents. Throughout my whole life I had no boundaries no one to tell me off. I was...

Natural Thinking by Ria Walton

the frondescence of flourishing leaves  coming to life the essence of new life for spring the re birth of trees the birds singing their melodies sweet songs of morning nature alive with fresh new growth buds blooming their energy forthwith to bring, the floral...

The Three Girls Workshop

Three Girls Workshop With lockdown having restricted the hosting of events ‘in person’ the Foundation recently ran on online meet-up centred around the BAFTA award winning BBC mini-series Three Girls.  The programme (for which Maggie worked as the Programme...


By Ryan Hooper, PA Chief Reporter  A new, specific law is required to give more rights to those affected by crime, the Victims' Commissioner for England and Wales has said. Dame Vera Baird QC said a change of culture'' was long overdue'' to look after'' victims of...

“I feel lost, and I don’t know if this pain will ever leave me…..”

I  was abused from age 7 to 20. No one in my life knows except doctors/counsellors/helplines or the occasional Samaritan. I carry on every day like I'm absolutely fine. No one would ever know.   It's almost like having two lives which makes me very sad. I was...

Hi. My name is David from DMC Media….

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Hi my name is David from DMC media.

I’ve been in recovery from drug addiction for 18 years. Both my mum and dad we’re drug addicts  and through my journey I’ve lost many things, including being in and out of prison, losing part of my left leg or injecting and scolding my hands.

I’m not sure how I came across the website or social media of Maggie and the foundation maybe it was coincidence, maybe it was just fate.

Film helps people to express themselves and is a powerful tool to get messages out there.

Maggie is an amazing woman and I’m just happy to help out on film and to meet some of the amazing woman the organisation is helping.

If I’m honest I’ve been on both sides of the fence, abused and abuser but I went into long term therapy for it and happy to say I to am healing in these areas.

Anyway I must go now as I have nothing to do as it’s Covid19 haha!!!

Love you, David BA Hons DMC Media

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