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Splintered Emotions: Aftermath of Child Abuse e-book

Author:

Trena Cole

Language:

English

Category:

Relationships

Subcategory:

Family Relationships

ePub size:

1810 kb

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Rating:

4.5

Publisher:

Oberpark Publishing Inc (September 7, 2006)

Pages:

208

ISBN:

0972353593

Splintered Emotions: Aftermath of Child Abuse e-book

by Trena Cole


In Splintered Emotions, Trena Cole describes the effects childhood abuse has had on her adult life. Trena Cole was born in the 1950's. She overcame the severe, unrelenting abuse she was subjected to as a child to become a successful businesswoman and a nurturing mother.

In Splintered Emotions, Trena Cole describes the effects childhood abuse has had on her adult life. Trena attempts to explain. Trena speaks to groups, including Social Work students and Foster Parents, in an attempt to try to break the cycle of child abuse through education and understanding of the effects. Trena attempts to explain, by her experiences, the "jumbled heap of negativity" typical of a survivor of child abuse: self-doubt, low self esteem, confusion, apathy, depression, suspicion, hypervigilance, fear, anger, rage, sadness, mistrust, nightmares and, frequently, addiction, alcoholism, domestic violence and more child abuse.

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Abused as a child, Emma Johnson spent most of her life trying to overcome feelings of guilt, shame, and worthlessness, and working through those damaging emotions with therapy. When the Penn State scandal broke, she realized just how little the public understood the pain that abused children endured. Often, the victims of sexual and physical abuse carry that emotional turmoil with them into their adult lives.

This book is essential reading for any survivor of child sexual abuse, female or male. They have had to cope on their own, dealing with the aftermath of the abuse in whatever ways they could. Many survivors of sexual abuse have not always been believed or supported through their developmental years. They have had to cope on their own, dealing with the aftermath of the abuse in whatever ways they could particular may find useful. It tends to be written with women in mind, but much of the information and many of the exercises may be useful for male survivors as well.

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This is a list of notable child abuse cases in which children were illegally imprisoned for multiple years. Alba Nidia Alvarez, Colombia, 25 years, discovered in March 2009. Jeffrey Baldwin, Canada, 4 years. Elisabeth Fritzl and her children, Austria, 24 years, discovered in April 2008. Genie", Arcadia, CA, USA, 13 years, discovered on November 4, 1970. Lydia Gouardo, France, 28 years. Viktoria, Katharina, and Elisabeth Linz, Austria, 7 years. Trena attempts to explain, by her experiences, the "jumbled heap of negativity" typical of a survivor of child abuse: self-doubt, low self esteem, confusion, apathy, depression, suspicion, hypervgilance, fear, anger, rage, sadness, mistrust, nightmares, and frequently addiction, alcoholism, domestic violence and more child abuse. Related epub fb2 eBooks: Soul Murder: The Effects of Childhood Abuse and Deprivation. Child Sexual Abuse and the Churches

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In Splintered Emotions, Trena Cole describes the effects childhood abuse has had on her adult life. Trena attempts to explain, by her experiences, the "jumbled heap of negativity" typical of a survivor of child abuse: self-doubt, low self esteem, confusion, apathy, depression, suspicion, hypervgilance, fear, anger, rage, sadness, mistrust, nightmares, and frequently addiction, alcoholism, domestic violence and more child abuse.
Hrguig
After reading Trena's first book I looked forward to reading her second book. Both books are extremely insightful and encouraging. I like that she shares her experiences and also adds solid advice to deal with such trauma.
Through her own experiences she educates the reader about what effects may occur in adulthood. I have read both her books more than once and learn more each time I read them. Her story is encouraging because after the abuse she suffered she still managed to break the cycle and become an inspiration. I think it is another amazing book and I highly recommend reading it.
I hope there is another book to come.
Bloodhammer
This book reminds me of a self published book, and I'm not terribly impressed. I have only read through the first couple of chapters, and while there are a couple of good things, most of it is about the author and seems to have been written for her own healing. I would not have bought this book, had I known it was like this.
Tojahn
is evident in her second book. I've read them both, Charred Souls and Splintered Emotions, and it seems like her state of mind was so much more settled in this book than the first one. I love her style and she did a wonderful job explaining how the effects of child abuse effect all of society, not just the survivors and the people in their lives. Once again, I applaud her courage and talent.

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