by Christina Enevoldsen When my daughter was nineteen and her father and I were in the middle of a divorce, she shared the horrible truth about what her dad had been doing to her for most of her life. As
"Her book explains confusing emotions in a clear and concise way that would normally take years of painful and slow therapeutic work to unravel. Her steps are like a brightly lit path out of darkness untangling confusing emotions while leading you quickly through to self discovery and healing."
"... savoring every bit of it as it reveals more and more of the feelings I've had for a long time...The questions at the end of the chapters help me to put into words the feelings I've never been able to share with anyone."
"This is an excellent book and workbook...Difficult concepts related to healing were clearly explained. The topics and questions are comprehensive and relevant...As someone who now works with others who have been abused I use this book to assist in their healing."
I used to be afraid that success would mean the weight of too much responsibility. As a child, I was burdened with the responsibility of keeping my family functioning—by keeping the secret, by keeping my parents happy, by being good. I never had the choice of taking it off. That was too much weight for a child, but the false responsibility of my childhood isn’t the same as valid responsibility now. As an adult, I’m equipped to handle the tasks that belong to me. I also have the choice of how much responsibility to accept. I can grow into new opportunities at a pace I feel comfortable with. ”