Catherine McCall appeared to have everything an American girl could want – affluent cosmopolitan parents, living in a majestic brownstone that housed two baby grand pianos, a private education, and a strong faith foundation. But beneath this perfect façade no one would have guessed that she was being raped from age ten to eighteen by her father, an esteemed physician. By the age of eighteen she had repressed all memory of those horrific experiences. Twenty years later, as stresses in her life increased due to the pressures of marriage, parenting, and caring for her elderly parents, her memories began to emerge through flashbacks. With the help of a professional therapist, McCall begins to piece together these memories and embarks on a path of healing. Her remarkable recovery offers hope and inspiration to others who have suffered at the hands of a family member. Catherine McCall is a licensed marriage and family therapist and a past VP of the Georgia Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. (jasbro)
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