Let’s Not Forget
That you cannot feel the vibration of your unbroken spirit right now, hear the beating of your innocent heart, or see the possibility of love, peace of mind, and well-being in your life does not mean it does not exist. It is there! You will find it when you remove the debris of habitual thoughts of not being good enough!
Recovering From Abuse
Recovering from the legacies of abuse or other forms of (childhood) hardship can not only be a lonely and painful road but also confusing. I started this blog in 2007 to help de-confusing the field of recovery and to publish findings from my research about Dissociative Identity Disorder and Sexual Abuse Recovery.
Over the years thousands of survivors have browsed through the posts and pages and, at times, created supportive communities here through their comments. Those who have browsed the site extensively will have noticed that – as our knowledge about recovery improved, the tone of the postings has changed.
This time around – End of 2018 – the tone will shift again reflecting that I have retired from working as a clinical therapist. After over twenty-five years, I’m willing to leave a new, younger generation of therapists to delve into the miracles of recovery from DID/MPD and other legacies of sexual abuse. Still, I believe you’ll find useful tips and comments about the journey to recovery. If you disagree, I am very happy to hear about it here through comments or messages to my email.
On my official website, you will find that my focus has shifted to writing novels. I cut my teeth with a series of romance novels and feel ready now writing about what I have been passionate about over the years of working as a therapist. My current project is a book about Elise, a woman with multiple personalities, who fights for her sanity and freedom as she’s framed for murder. The characters of the book started their own website a few days ago and told me I’m not allowed to interfere. I hope all goes well and cross my fingers! You can check it out here!