Daybreak: Meditations for Women Survivors of Sexual Abuse

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Hazelden Publishing, Sep 15, 1991 - Self-Help - 400 pages
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These 366 daily affirmations and meditations extend support and wisdom to women who have survived childhood sexual abuse. With understanding, compassion, and strength, the author addresses issues such as intimacy, fear, play, sharing secrets, and anger. She also shares her personal knowledge of sexual abuse to illustrate that we can not only survive, but thrive.

I have the opportunity to awaken fully to life regardless of my past.

 

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About the author (1991)

B.S. with high honors, University of Florida, 1965M.A., New York University 1977Creative Writing Workshops with Tony Taylor, Hayes Jacobs, Anatole Broyard, and Richard P. Brickner, The New School for Social Research, 1969-73Advanced Poetry Workshop, Bard College (John Ashbery), 1992Co-founder and publisher, Spinsters Ink, 1978-82Author of many fiction and nonfiction works; teaches workshops on creative writing; taught physical therapy programs at NYU, 1974-77, and at Russell Sage College, 1977-78.

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