Frances A. Morgan, a writer, a mother and a pastor’s wife, has completed her most recent book “Suffering in Silence: A Survivor of Childhood Abuse and Trauma”: a poignant read that bravely looks into the author’s personal experiences with childhood abuse inflicted by her mother.
Frances writes, “Frances A. Morgan is on a journey to find out the accounts of why there was so much pain in the life of her mother and why that pain leads to Frances becoming a victim of child abuse by the hand of her own mother. This journey leads her to the very core of deceit and rage that was in her mother’s personality. Frances will come to the conclusion that the same pain, abuse, and rage her mother inflicted on her was possibly the same thing that her mother went through as a child by some family member. Her mother kept that deep secret always. Frances was beaten and verbally abused, starting at the age of four to eighteen. Because of the fear of beatings, it left Frances frightened and scared for a long time.”
Published by Fulton Books, Frances A. Morgan’s book is a courageous piece that brings forward the often-silent pattern of abuse, allowing readers to look out for signs and manifestations in order to prevent its further proliferation.
Readers who wish to experience this eye-opening work can purchase “Suffering in Silence: A Survivor of Childhood Abuse and Trauma” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books