Breathe: Madness Revisited

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Xlibris Corporation, Apr 15, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 183 pages
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She was playful and always got into trouble, but she was not a liar. When she told her mother that she was about to be raped, she was telling the truth. But instead of being comforted and defended, she was slapped and called a whore by her mother. Breathe: Madness Revisited is that raw and poignant look at the chilling terror Bynoe experienced in an abusive home. Divided into four parts, this moving account portrays the silent screams and dry tears she had to deal with during her youth.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
9
The Wire Ages Four to Eleven
15
The Great Rebellion Ages Eleven to Twelve
51
The Beginning of The End Ages Twelve to Thirteen
85
The Hell House Experience Ages Thirteen to Fourteen
121
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About the author (2011)

S.N. Bynoe was born in 1985 in Brooklyn, New York. Her troubled childhood had resulted in her living throughout the five boroughs, and never truly savoring in a stable environment. It is through her experiences that she was able to find her passion for the performing arts, and literature. Today, S.N. lives in Tacoma Washington with her husband and three sons. She is pursuing a Bachelor ́s Degree in Video Production, in hopes of becoming a director. In addition, she continues to write poems, short stories, screenplays, articles and books to be released in the future.

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