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The Journey

Jackson, Ivett

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ISBN 10: 1434382109 / ISBN 13: 9781434382108
Published by AuthorHouse, 2008
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Title: The Journey

Publisher: AuthorHouse

Publication Date: 2008

Book Condition:Good

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This book is an autobiography. Ivett Jackson gives us her most ambitious and courageous book. The book?s power derives from the passion its author brings to the writing and the way in which she summons up the voice of all people who have been victimized for no apparent reason. The individual or individuals who harmed and victimized other people never think about the people they victimize but only about themselves.

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Ivett Jackson's book, The Journey, is a riveting mind-boggling emotional rollercoaster ride. When Ivett was only a small child she blocked out the memories of the horrific and traumatized situations she endured from the hands of her family. The person who should have cared for her: her stepfather was a Monster! Ivett's little mind was unable to comprehend all that had happen. Instead she blocked out the memories, every single one of them and sent them away to a place where no one would find them. Especially herself. The little girl Ivett found a place in the recesses of her mind, a deep well where she deposited all the hidden, horrible and traumatic years of her life, never to be remembered again. Or so she thought. This is her story, a child grappling to understand and somehow to deal with the memories and nightmares. As an adult, Ivett has had ups and downs like most of us. Yet, in her life, she was surrounded by people who should have loved her, but instead they revealed their true nature, which was only about them. Ivett is finally able to take control of her memories and deal with them and remove the monsters from her life. Ivett is now a successful individual, happy and full of love. You don't have to be a little girl, a woman or a little boy or a man. Her story applies to all. All of us have faced a monster. It's how we handle it that counts. In my opinion, Ivett's story can help anyone.

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