Saturday's Child

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iUniverse, Jan 16, 2013 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 238 pages
This story covers 47 years of physical, sexual, and spiritual abuse, yet the author leaves the reader with a feeling of hope and spirituality. It also gives a personal glimpse into two other lives, one who was able to express the family secret and receive counseling, return to college and receive a degree and certification in family counseling, and one young lady who could not receive help even though she tried and has been institutionalized. The book tells of the difficulties of being a victim and the success in becoming a whole and emotionally well and productive individual.
 

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Contents

Part II
89
Part III
145
Epilogue
195
Addendum
197
Postscript
199
Works Cited
201
Author Bio
203
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About the author (2013)

Margaret Morris is a retired special education aide. After 47 years of sexual, physical, and spiritual abuse found her place in the sun. With many years of counseling behind her, and at the suggestion of her counselor, Ms. Morris has written her story in order to help others tell the family secrets that create dysfunctional families. Her story is one of bravery and honesty.

Margaret Morris is a retired special education aide. After 47 years of sexual, physical, and spiritual abuse found her place in the sun. With many years of counseling behind her, and at the suggestion of her counselor, Ms. Morris has written her story in order to help others tell the family secrets that create dysfunctional families. Her story is one of bravery and honesty.

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