by Mary K. Armstrong. As she tells her harrowing but heroic tale, she casts light as never before on the issue of repressed memories and the invisible wounds left by childhood trauma.
Mary Armstrong's book charts an extraordinary journey. I recommend this book highly. ~ Jane Rowan, author of The River of Forgetting: A Memoir of Healing from Sexual Abuse. 4 people found this helpful. Over a number of years she finally came to terms with a past she had never been able to consciously acknowledge. It was a painful experience, both for her and, in part, for her husband.
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Armstrong embarks on an illuminating trip into her personal mystery previous and emerges with a renewed experience of private authenticity and pleasure in aiding others. by no means has the human spirit shone via extra passionately.
In my 70s I decided to tell my story so that others who have suffered childhood trauma could see their pain reflected in my story of struggle and success. Aging and Staying in Charge of Your Life: A Memoir.
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