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"Partners can now feel supported and guided in their quest for healing--for themselves and for those they love and cherish." -- --Dan Sexton, Childhelp, U.S.A
Laura Davis is the author of The Courage to Heal Workbook, Allies in Healing, Becoming the Parent You Want to Be, and I Thought We'd Never Speak Again. She teaches writing and lives with her family in Santa Cruz, California.
Purchased for family member. One of the better books on the subject that gives insights as to how one can better help a loved one by first caring for themselves. Two thumbs up!Published 3 months ago by Hugh
I am a survior who is also an ally in healing. This book is quite good in helping you to help others. It is written by one of the authors of Courage in Healing. Read morePublished on Dec 20 2001 by Michaela Klein
I'm a sibling incest survivor, and this book really helped my husband understand what I went through. I'd highly recommend it to the partner of anyone who was sexually abused.Published on Nov. 27 2001
Having been a survivor of childhood sexual abuse I'm sure that the author is well versed in how it feels to be abused. Read morePublished on April 20 2001
This book has a pro-survivor slant. Don't expect great sympathy or support for your desire to be sexually active with your partner, or to hear how your partner is responsible for... Read morePublished on March 14 2001 by J. Morris
This book was suggested to me by my husband's counselor. The format is easy to read, no plowing through chapter by chapter. Remember though, this was written by a survivor. Read morePublished on Dec 12 2000
When your lovers past is so upseting that you are to the point of loosing it. Or dealing with what happend is killing both of you and your relationship. Read morePublished on Sept. 29 2000
I am very familar with the work of Ms. Davis and her counter part, Ms. Bass. Collectively they have done significant damage to the field of trauma treatment with their... Read morePublished on May 31 2000