This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book explains the implications of this research for health professionals working with adults who have had childhood sexual experiences. It describes a 10-step recovery plan for adults who have had childhood sexual experiences, whether or not they view these experiences as abusive. The book explains how to support loved ones who have had, or are currently going through, similar experiences. It encourages the reader to review their attitudes towards this complex topic. The book challenges some of the conventional views held about child sexual abuse. It describes the new knowledge that has emerged about how people cope with their childhood sexual experiences. The book highlights the need for better provision of treatment services for adults when they make a disclosure, for men as well as for women.