Hello Jill, it is so good to meet you. I find your book interesting as it is a subject close to my heart. I have had such an experience and it has ruled my entire relationship with my mother and relatives. My mother lives in denial and she tells my family I am a liar in all that I do so how could I be telling the truth in anything that I do. I am the Black Sheep in my family.
Thank you for taking on this work, and I would be interested in reading your manuscript. I am an avid reader.
Thanks Jill - and congratulations on what you have written! I was abused as a youngster and awareness is still not what it might be - question about this site though, I have started writing something and would appreciate an opinion - how can I go about getting this?
Jill, I'm sorry I missed your welcome. Thank you.I just looked at your interview and am so thrilled that you've written this. I have counseled countless adults who were abused as children and are now trying to learn how to trust and value themselves. I wish they'd had someone helping them when they were young.
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