A New Legacy for Incest Survivors
From the ages of nine to fourteen, Lucie Spear was sexually abused by her own father. Lucie shares her journey of recovery, clearly explaining the loss of self and family that results from an abuser breaking the most basic of trust between parent and child. She also manages to sympathetically convey the complex inter-family dynamics that emerge once incest is revealed. A New Legacy for Incest Survivors was written to be a moving and ultimately triumphant look into what it takes to survive incest and go on to build a life full of rich, loving relationships; while ensuring that Lucie’s own daughter and grand-daughters would live free from incest's shadow.
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This book serves as a source of inspiration for all individuals that want to put a stop to the senseless crime of incest and the silence surrounding sexual abuse. Read full review
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