Moving On From Victim to Survivor has been born out of the author’s personal experiences. It offers positive help and practical ideas for dealing with the trauma brought about by an abusive childhood. The text is purposely short with chapters which can, if desired, be dipped into rather than read from cover to cover. It is a guide to the journey of regaining your self-respect and love of life, in order to live your life as a whole person and finally shake off the shadows of the past.
For as long as she can remember, Alice has been intent on remaining single, a decision based on an unhappy childhood. There is however a vital piece of information not in her possession, which may make her think again. How can Alice persuade her mother to reveal the truth about her past, and what effect will this shocking secret have? Alice embarks on a journey of healing, and accepting the past in order to move confidently into the future.
Maggie Sayer’s involvement with these clients comes at a time when her own family need her more than ever as they are confronted with an insidious, heart breaking illness.
All stories are inspired by life, love, animals and chocolate. The perfect companion to tea and cake!
Sarah Jamieson is a midwife in Edinburgh and happily married with two beautiful children. Her participation in the making of a television documentary, about maternity care in Edinburgh, resurrects painful memories of one of the worst times in her life.
One cold autumn evening, an extraordinary event stuns Victoria and changes the course of her life completely, eventually bringing the two women together and fulfilling the dreams of them both.