An orphan's dearest dream becomes her nightmare...
Until age 9, Sharon had been in an orphanage most of her young life craving a family of her own. Her wishes were granted when her biological mother came and rescued Sharon from a lonely world. Within a year, her stepfather began touching her and her life quickly became a fight for survival. Sharon would not submit easily but survived with her wits alone.
Although Sharon is yet a small ripple in a sea of survivors, her experiences will help many to understand the trauma and recovery of small children who live and breathe the sins perpetrated by a caregiver.
In 2007, she took a polygraph test (lie detector) and passed as a non-deceptive (truthful person) for the accusations made against step-father. She challenged him to do the same--he refused!
Therapists' Acclaim for the House Full of Whispers
"This is the story of one girl's fear and battle to survive the emotional traumas and deprivation of her past. I can thoroughly recommend this book which will help anyone who is, or has, suffered abuse."
--Lynda Bevan, author Life After Betrayal
"A very honest account, and a very accurate view of the feelings, thoughts and behaviors of people traumatized in childhood and youth. If you suffered in childhood, or are in a helping position to those who have, then you must read this book."
--Robert Rich, PhD, author Cancer: A Personal Challenge
Learn more at www.SharonWallace.co.uk
Book #1 in the Whispers Trilogy From Modern History Press www.ModernHistoryPress.com
BIO022000 Biography & Autobiography : Women
SEL001000 Self-Help : Abuse - General
PSY022040 Psychology : Psychopathology - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
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