"A Guide for Traumatized Children" is a book that discusses childhood trauma and maltreatment that includes and is not limited to emotional pain, abandonment, rejection, abuse, neglect, etc. It discusses the trauma of a young boy named "Sammy" and his siblings. Sammy attempted suicide after the emotional pain he felt from his siblings and his new way of living-his parents not living in the same home under one roof with him and his siblings. All of the siblings were counseled to help guide them to understand the seriousness of being a victim and a bully; to learn their identity; to learn how to be constructive; how to maintain a good relationship-to name a few. The number of traumatized children in America has increased, but there are also many adults who have been traumatized as children who have not confronted or dealt with their hurt, guilt, and the shame of their painful childhood experiences. Unfortunately, this hampers their ability to train and raise children with wisdom and to the best of their knowledge. My book also guides adults to healing and freedom from their traumatic events. Included in this book are statistics, interventions, recommendations, treatment, and preventative measures for children to no longer experience maltreatment or traumatization.