Ghosts in the Bedroom: A Guide for the Partners of Incest Survivors

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Health Communications, Incorporated, Apr 1, 1991 - Family & Relationships - 152 pages
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LI>As the partner of an incest survivor, do you feel like a neglected victim even though your life has been drastically affected by the aftermath of sexual abuse?

  • Do you fee left out in the cold as you watch them go through recovery?

  • Do you feel isolated or rejected, and think that no one else will understand your problems?

    Although the impact of incest or sexual abuse can destroy relationships and test long-standing commitments, the information in this book may be the key to holding your relationship together through the journey to recovery.

    Ghosts in the Bedroom provides comfort and guidance for partners in the process of recovery. Graber draws from personal experience to show how partners can accept responsibility for their own issues, support the recovery of the incest or sexual abuse survivor and work toward solving relationship problems together.

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    Review: Ghosts in the Bedroom: A Guide for the Partners of Incest Survivors

    User Review  - Leslie Raddatz - Goodreads

    This book helped my husband understand why I no longer felt safe to sleep in the same bed as him and the difficulty I was having with sex because of the triggered memories to my sexual abuse. It also helped me understand why my sexual desires decreased as I dealt with my trauma issues. Read full review

    Review: Ghosts in the Bedroom: A Guide for the Partners of Incest Survivors

    User Review  - Sara - Goodreads

    If you are with someone or close to someone that has been victimized by sexual abuse, this book can help you sort through many of the feelings that will come up as a result. Many people fail to ... Read full review

    About the author (1991)

    Ken Graber, M.A., is an experienced social worker and supervisor. He is also a certified Values Realization Trainer who facilitates self-esteem raising seminars.

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