This autobiographical account traces the history of an incest survivor and her subsequent recovery process. It is recommended reading for counsellors and therapists, and should provide encouragement to those experiencing similar self-discovery. A candid account of some of the long-term effects of incest, it highlights the sort of problems which can arise for the survivor. The reader is invited to follow the recovery process, including an analysis of the important role of therapists in creating a healthier oulook on adult life. The book raises issues of race, sexuality, promiscuity, family loyalty, friendship and religion.
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She has appeared on television and radio shows, lectured at conferences, and has spoken with students about the healing process of incest. She has completed her first manuscript of poems (is looking for a publisher), and is working on a book on the healing process of grief.
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Book Description The Continuum International Publishing Group, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0304331112