By Jerry Donaldson, Catherine Jean Johnson
A home Divided is an inspirational, thought-provoking e-book approximately “multiple character disorder” co-authored by means of an abuse survivor and her counselor, and is a needs to learn for therapists, counseling division educators, survivors of physical/sexual abuse and their relations or friends.
If you’re skeptical concerning the lifestyles of dissociative identification disease or ask yourself how someone might be able to create a hundred and fifty personalities not to mention combine them, this publication will problem your assumptions. An awe-inspiring account of the way Catherine Jean turns into entire after researching the unspeakable sexual and actual abuse she persevered as a child.
Despite the bad nature of the abuse, readers will locate mental truths and insights appropriate to their very own own development.
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