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    • 978-1-5255-7043-8
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    • Black & White interior
    • 156 pages
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    • Black & White interior
    • 156 pages
  • Keywords
    • Family & Relationships,
    • Incest,
    • Child abuse,
    • Childhood development,
    • Mental health,
    • C-PTSD,
    • Childhood trauma

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Song Over Silence
A Story About Finding My Voice While Healing Child Incest Abuse
by Jill Dyann Bittle

In this gripping, unflinching, and ultimately hopeful memoir, author Jill Dyann Bittle shares her harrowing journey of recovery from incest abuse at the hands of her paternal grandfather. She brings light to a dark topic that is often shrouded in secrecy, taking readers on a journey through her childhood and adulthood and showing how the abuse impacted her relationships as she struggled with depression, OCD, anxiety, and borderline personality disorder. Written for survivors of childhood sexual trauma and their loved ones, this book will inspire people to break their silence about incest, begin to heal the wounds it created, and eventually take back their lives.

Jill Dyann Bittle comes from a farming family and has a twenty-year career in agriculture and business. She also has a diploma in professional organizing and enjoys quilting, photography, and writing in her spare time. Jill lives in Manitoba, with her husband, Dusten, four fabulous teenagers, and five sweet cats. Song Over Silence is her story.


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