Lollipops, Bubblegum, Death And Liesby Brenda Fewtrell Brown
From the age of seven years old she began to be the subject of long-term forced incest by her much older brother, who then went on to eventually take his own life,
A harrowing, though sometimes humorous story of a young child with a naturally pleasant disposition and 'always willing to please' attitude, suffering the pains of growing up in a culture of silence.
From the age of seven years old she began to be the subject of long-term forced incest by her much older brother, who then went on to eventually take his own life, leaving her to endure in silence the guilt of these acts, for her parents sake.
At nine years old, after her involvement in the tragic accidental death of her niece, the silence of those involved left her to believe that she alone was responsible.
Coping with further untimely deaths, lies, walls of silence, and the sometimes arrogance of professionals, the silent invisible scars of those incidents were carried throughout her childhood, clouding her growing years, and casting shadows of self doubt on every other important event in her adult life, eventually threatening to shred her sanity.
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