Snow White/Token Black: Recollections

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AuthorHouse, Mar 1, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 124 pages
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Snow White/Token Black is a book about a bi-racial child suffering through childhood sexual, physical, and emotional abuse. The purpose of this book is to aide others in their healing process by the author revealing her story and gaining the trust of those who need to heal. This book is also intended for those who haven''t suffered from such abuse enabling them to appreciate their lives and families. This book wasn''t meant to be long, it was meant to give the reader an idea of what the author suffered and continue with research on other subjects that follow the victims suffering from childhood abuses. The book is also intended to be a workshop of sorts encouraging the reader to start a journal in order to track their healing process a long the way. Please feel free to makes notes in the space provided between the sentences for personal reference.

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About the author (2006)

Caroline Curry was born in Madison,Indiana. She suffered tragedy early in her life with the passing of her mother at the tender age of four years old. This was the start of her nightmare known as her destiny. Being born bi-racial was the focal point of her abuse that haunted every moment of her being. Ms. Curry gathered strength from every realm and utilized it to become the survivor that she is today. Her mission statement is to make a difference one life at a time promoting positive social change. She has decided to take her story and use it to aide others in their healing process. She feels that the reason for her survival is to motivate others to rise above their abuse and move forward in their lives. Her goal with the books to follow is to cut down on generational dysfunction by giving the readers tools through research to aide in eliminating the poisonous cancer of abuse. Her dream is that others will join her in this conscious effort. Ms. Curry feels that sexual abuse can cause us to be and remain slaves of our minds bound to the fear of our souls. With hard work, this can be corrected. She plans on becoming a family with her readers reinforcing love and belief in all those that are known to her and all that she has yet to meet.

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