They Do Remember; a story of soul survival

They Do Remember; a story of soul survival

by Sandy Robins
     
 
Sandy Cicero Robins is spreading the word about positive choices, prevention, and hope. Sandy shines as an example of how you can break the cycle of abuse that is often passed from one generation to the next, and move toward understanding and healing. She candidly discusses the courage to break free--about how to stop living in denial, and move into healthy, happy

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Sandy Cicero Robins is spreading the word about positive choices, prevention, and hope. Sandy shines as an example of how you can break the cycle of abuse that is often passed from one generation to the next, and move toward understanding and healing. She candidly discusses the courage to break free--about how to stop living in denial, and move into healthy, happy relationships.

Editorial Reviews

Rensselaer County, NY
"One of the striking features of Sandy Robins' own journey from despair to hope is that you don't come away feeling like you've been to see a horror film. Yes, bad things happened. But they are not described in a way that glorifies the violence. Ms. Robins has done something far greater than add to the collection of childhood horror stories out there...she has added a ray of hope to a subject that sorely needs it."
Fullerton, CA
"We have found your book to be a powerful teaching tool as our students are continually amazed at the turn of events and eventual outcome. Few books are able to convey such horrible circumstances and yet such a positive, uplifting outcome. Without reservation we would highly recommend 'They Do Remember' to other professors looking for challenging and provocative material for their courses."
Huntington Beach, CA
"An especially moving account of what it is like from the child’s perspective. I personally have given copies of the book to many of my clients. I strongly recommend it as an adjunct to psychotherapy and counseling treatment sessions."
Orange, CA
"Mesmerizing, with a journey against great odds--to self discovery and success. Her ability to make people think and stir them into action is outstanding."

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015647280
Publisher:
Sandra Cicero Robins
Publication date:
03/07/1995
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
183
Sales rank:
606,973
File size:
403 KB

Meet the Author

After surviving the challenges of her youth and young adulthood, Sandy Robins went on to get sober at the age of 26. She has graduated with a Certificate in Human Services from Saddleback College in Mission Viejo, CA and is available for radio interviews and public speaking.

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