a courageous and moving story written by a courageous woman, in which she describes vividly her experiences of some of the best and the worst of human behaviour. It should provide help and insight to many people who are enduring mental suffering. It is a powerful lesson for those who live with, care and provide support for people with mental disturbance and those who administer health-care systems --Prof. Frederick Toates, co-author of Obsessive Compulsive Behaviour
From the Author
The book is a true account of severe child abuse and the ambiguous care after in a psychiatric unit. The book has been praised by the medics for the non biased approach and feedback of the care. The British Psychology Society have praised the book and mentioned it in their newseletter. The Educational Psychology service, Liaison Psychiatry, Social Services, Counselling, CAMHS and many more professionals have praised and supported the book. The Chief Executive of Leics NHS Trust has bought a number of copies for the Senior Managers of the NHS and he has recommended different staff to read the book. Old Middle Foster home an affiliate of The Retreat in Yorkshire has nominated the book for Mind Book of The Year Award. The author has received many messages of support and thanks from the public. People have stated the book has helped them understand other people better. The aim of the book is to a raise awareness of child abuse and help promote better understanding and care for people with mental health issues including trauma.