A Box of Mice
Chipmunkapublishing ltd, Jun 1, 2011 - 8 pages
DescriptionA Box of Mice provides a gentle insight into the doomed consequences of 'keeping a tight lid' on past memories. Via the analogy of a box of mice, the trauma of coming to terms with a suppressed past is graphically illustrated. The story also deals with the effectiveness of learning to trust oneself to embrace change in order to see life from a calmer place.About the AuthorAfter a determined effort to leave home aged 18, the author decided that the traumas of her confusing and unpredictable childhood simply had not happened. Although she sought to deny the past and to become a new person, the ingrained damage of those early years was ever present and growing deeper. Naturally the day came when her whole life avalanched out, and she was left an empty broken shell. Realising that she no longer could, nor wanted, to maintain her burdens, she gradually found the courage to face her own reality. Having now made changes to her life, she lives a more contented and satisfying life.
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