Sibling Abuse Survivor
Childhood is not always an easy experience, but no should be abused by their own sibling. In this hopeful, triumphant, unflinching memoir, the author shares shocking discoveries about how Sibling Abuse impacted “both” her childhood and adulthood. It is a moral call to action. In America alone, there are 40 million adult Sibling Abuse survivors. This unique story is a searing and candid, intimate portrait of the secret underworld of millions of Sibling Abuse Survivors. It is woven together with a tapestry of profound courage. This morally challenging memoir is a call to action. In America alone, there are 40 million adult Sibling Abuse survivors.
“This book is a call to action about the effects of Sibling Abuse and its link to family dysfunction. It’s a book about hope and encouragement, and a message for Sibling Abuse survivors that they are not alone.”Jane Balvanz, coauthor When Girls Hurt Girls and co-owner A Way Through and The Global Alliance for Preventing Relational Aggression.
“Nancy points to the need for further work in identifying how sibling relationships impact our psychosocial development, our attachment style and our ability to trust and participate in loving, sate relationships.” Tyler Steward, MA Licensed Counselor and Family Therapist