Written for anyone who has left an abusive relationship, this book aims to act as a trusted friend, a companion readers can count on in confusing and distressing times. It features 366 instructive reflections, together with advice and encouragement.
Judith R. Smith, PhD, LCSW, is a leader in gerontological research focusing on women’s experiences as they age. She is a senior clinical social worker, psychotherapist, and professor of social work at Fordham University. She lives in New York City with her husband.
The first book was INCREDIBLY helpful... This one was too broad to be much help. There were a few good thoughts, but I felt like I moved past needing it long before I got to the end of the daily meditations... Which is very good, I think.