From Tracie: Accepting Submissions for the December Blog Carnival Against Child Abuse

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Accepting Submissions for the December Blog Carnival Against Child Abuse

It is time for the December Blog Carnival Against Child Abuse.  We will soon be leaving the holiday season behind. I hope that all of you are staying safe this month and practicing good self-care. I, for one, am looking forward to 2011 and the promise of a new year and a fresh start.

A quick side note! Please keep Marj in your thoughts and prayers this month. She will be having surgery on Dec. 23rd. 

The purpose of the Blog Carnival Against Child Abuse is to raise awareness about the serious issue of child abuse. All forms of abuse - physical, emotional, sexual, spiritual, verbal - are discussed. We highlight blog posts from child abuse survivor stories, survivor art and poetry, child abuse as a topic in the news media, as well as PTSD, dissociation and other areas of the abuse aftermath that adult survivors are forced to deal with. We link to hopeful posts about therapy, recovery, and healing from abuse. All forms of child advocacy and awareness are included. 

All of our regular categories will be open this month:
-Advocacy and Awareness
-Healing and Therapy
-In the News
-Survivor Stories
-Art Therapy

I'm looking for new posts that you have written specifically for the carnival, or an old post from your archive. You are not limited to just one submission!

You can submit your posts here, use the form on the tab up there at the top of my page, or you can email your links to me directly at with "Blog Carnival Submission" in the subject line. 

I'll be taking submissions until midnight Wednesday, December 29th and the carnival will be posted on Friday the 31st. 

Thank you! I'm excited to read all of your fabulous submissions this month. Please let me know if you are interested in hosting the carnival one month in 2011. 


  1. I would be interested in maybe hosting it one month. What would hosting it entail.

  2. Thanks for hosting this wonderful event.

  3. Thanks for hosting. Tracie thank you for your visit to my blog and your encouraging words. Blessings to you.

  4. Just submitted my entry. Thanks for hosting.

  5. I love the artistic icons for staying connected. Kudos to whoever designed them!