The River of Forgetting



Using Creative Arts To Access Her Strength And Aliveness, The Author Reconciles With Both Her Parents Love And Their Betrayal This Deeply Personal Memoir Invites The Reader Behind The Closed Doors Of A Therapist S Office And Into The Author S Journal And Her Very Body Full DescriptionThe River of Forgetting

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  • Paperback
  • 270 pages
  • The River of Forgetting
  • Jane Rowan
  • English
  • 07 August 2017
  • 0981583024

10 thoughts on “The River of Forgetting

  1. says:

    In this brave and touching memoir, Jane Rowan shares her journey through the healing process of recovering from childhood sexual abuse a past she knew nothing about until vague, foggy memories began invading her mind.The River of Forgetting A Memoir of Healing from Sexual Abuse opens with a moving Prologue and Introduction that set the scene for all that is to come A successful scientist and professor, she was unprepared for the memories to come flooding back, not able to reconcile the past s In this brave and touchi...

  2. says:

    This deeply moving memoir of surviving sexual abuse is poetically crafted by a formidable scientist who throughout her life, relied upon reason and supportive evidence to form her world view and her place within it Forced to face a monolithic fog bank of overwhelming feelings when traumatic childhood memories begin to surface after her charismatic father s death, Jane confronts the foundation of lies that formed and sustained her family s mythological fa ade of normalcy In comprehending the This deeply moving memoir of surviving sexual abuse is poetically crafted by a formidable scientist who throughout her life, relied upon reason and supportive evidence to form her world view and her place within it Forced to face a monolithic fog bank of overwhelming feelings when traumatic childhood memories begin to surface after her charismatic father s death, Jan...

  3. says:

    My Review This is a difficult review to write I want to tell you this book has touched my soul and psyche in ways that nothing else I ve read on the subject has ever been able to That makes it difficult to summarize for me.Over the years, as all of us probably have, I ve read numerous books sharing survival stories of alcohol, drug use, dysfunctional families, incest, child abuse and the like Not until this book has any one of them had the same impact I attribute alot of that to the fact tha My Review This is a difficult review to write I want to tell you this book has touched my soul and psyche...

  4. says:

    The River Of Forgetting is a non fiction memoir of one woman s journey to the truth surrounding her childhood sexual abuse.Jane Rowan takes us on a path of excruciating pain and humiliation as her psyche awakens to reveal things from her past that she had left dormant and hidden On the day of revealing she has a flashback to a time when she was just a wee lassie, going to the bathroom and her mother telling her she slipped in the tub Jane has no knowledge of falling in the tub, however, she ne The River Of Forgetting is a non fiction memoir of one woman s journey to the truth surrounding her childhood sexual abuse.Jane Rowan takes us on a path of excruciating pain and humiliation as her psyche awakens to reveal things from her past that she had left dormant and hidden On the day of revealing she has a flashback to a time when she was just a wee lassie, going to the bathroom and her mother telling her she slipped in the tub Jane has no knowledge of falling in the tub, however, she neither has any recollection at this point as to the true cause of her misery, except she feels almost certain it has something to do with her father.Jane s therapist, Sarah, helps her to awaken those secret parts of her that her sub conscious has protected for so long Without any coaxing and only mild hypnosis, Jane begins to recall the horror of her childhood, bringing to her conscious all the horrible acts performed upon her Believing her depression was caused by a suppressed memory of her...

  5. says:

    This was an extremely moving story that took me on a journey within my own heart and soul I trusted Jane as she led the way into unspeakable darkness Felt the same lump in my throat and my hands were bound at times while remembering some of my own torments.What a powerful way to express and illustrate what it takes to find freedome and liberty in life I m speechless at how powerful this format was in telling her story It made me smile, I felt held and ...

  6. says:

    The River of Forgetting is a brave and creative retelling of a healing process I was captivated by the author s honesty, self examination, and creative story telling It is a book that anyone who is going through, or has been through a process of healing from childhood trauma should read So many people have very fragmentary or little memory of their childhood traumas, and this book is important validation It shows how healing is possible even without those kodak moments It brings into focu The River of Forgetting is a brave and creative retelling of a healing process I was captiva...

  7. says:

    The story of an amazing journey to find the child lost inside the adult The author was lucky to have the time, money and resources avaialable that she has.

  8. says:

    I have to admit that I really struggled to finish this book But that wasn t because the writing was bad or the story not touching It s a personal thing I just found that I couldn t connect The author speaks alot about using movement dance classes to express her inner emotions, talking out loud to the little girl inside her, metaphorically hugging that...

  9. says:

    About a young girl that was sexually abused by her father She had fragmented memories and was unable to recall the entire visional memory however, she experiences extreme body memories that alert her to what occurred Her mother knew about it and kept it a secret Her therapist uses several different therapies such as talk, art, authentic movement, group and mothering therapy She also was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and had the symptoms consistent with the diagnosis It was About a young girl that was sexually abused by her father She had fragmented memories and was unable to recall the entire visional memory however, she experiences extreme body memories that alert her to what occurred Her mother knew about it and kept it a se...

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