There are so many tragic and awful things in this world that sometimes you feel like there is no hope left. People and circumstances can be so horrifying that it’t hard to understand how anyone could ever recover from such experiences. And yet, in the darkest of places, there can be some of the brightest and most selfless acts. The way people come together to help one another in the most difficult situations speaks volumes about the goodness of humanity. The support that victims receive from others when they’re at their lowest helps them heal faster and lifts their spirits higher than they ever thought possible. If you’re reading this article, then there’s a good chance you have a compassionate and kind-hearted soul. We all need to do our part to help those who need it most—especially when it comes to protecting children from being abused again and again . Here are some ways you can help abased children recover better:

Just Be There

First and foremost, just be there for them. There may be nothing more important than being there for someone in their time of need. Let them know that you will always be there for them, no matter what. Let them know that you will never judge them or leave them behind. You can listen to them talk about their emotions without any pressure to “fix” things or give advice. Just having someone to talk to and connect with can help them feel less alone and more comfortable with their situation. Even just having someone there to hold their hand can make a huge difference in their lives.

Build a Safe Environment

Abused children are often afraid to be alone—or even in the presence of people they once trusted. This is because they may have been betrayed by the people who were supposed to protect them. Build a safe environment for them by creating a space where they feel comfortable and secure. In this space, they can do things they enjoy while being completely in control of the situation at all times. You can help them feel more in control by taking their suggestions seriously and respecting their boundaries—even the seemingly trivial ones. This can help them feel more comfortable and relaxed in the space you have created for them.

Help Them Feel Valued

Abused children may feel like they aren’t important or that they don’t matter to anyone. They may feel like they don’t have a place in the world and that their lives are meaningless. Help them feel valuable by providing them with love, support, and encouragement. Let them know that you see the good in them—that you see how wonderful and special they are. Let them know that you see their worth and that you want to help them reach their fullest potential in this world. This can help them heal faster and feel like they have a place in the world again. However, be careful not to make promises you can’t keep. Abused children may have a lot of pent-up anger, and you may not want to say something they’ll want to hold you to. Stay in the present as much as you can.

Teach By Example

Show children how to open up and trust again by being open and trustworthy yourself. Show them you’re someone they can trust and rely on by being that person for yourself first. You can also show them how to be strong and confident by being strong and confident yourself. Let them know that it’s okay to be sad and upset, but that they don’t need to be afraid to talk about it. You can also show them how to set boundaries, stay positive, and trust in themselves again. Be an example for them by being a positive and strong person who believes in themselves and trusts in their own decisions.


There are many ways to help abused children recover better. One of the most important things you can do is just be there for them. You can also help them feel valued and less afraid by building a safe environment for them to be in and setting positive examples for them to follow. In the end, all you can do is be there for them, help them feel less alone, and show them that they matter.