If a part of your life seems to make no sense, yet you can’t put the puzzle together because some of the pieces are missing, this book is for you. If you suspect that the treatment you received as a child has in some way impaired your judgment as an adult, if your current life seems to lack peace, this book is for you. This book is also for today’s children with the hope that their parents will recognize any abusive childhood treatment in their own past and finally stop the intergenerational cycle of abuse.
About the Author:
Dee Anna Parrish is a psychiatric social worker with extensive experience in individual, couple, and family counseling. She specializes in working with adults who were raised in dysfunctional families—children of alcoholics, children of physical, sexual, verbal, and emotional abusers, and children of parents who abused through neglect and deprivation. Ms. Parrish is currently in private practice in Dallas and is affiliated with Human Affairs International. She is the author of Abused: A Recovery Guide for Adult Survivors of Physical/Emotional Abuse. She lives in Dallas, Texas.