||[Sep. 28th, 2005|09:25 am]
I was a little lazy and didn't write out a synopsis for chapter one, but will try my best at the other chapters. I'll go ahead and hide everything behind cuts so if you don't happen to read as fast as I do, nothing will be ruined. Its all for you all. Much much happiness.|
Grabbed some chapter one quotes for you, however. If you want to check out my book for all the other little marks I've made, just shout.
"Her condition for taking on her treatment was that he would talk about it to everyone, to anyone, and the sessions were to be filmed for the eventual training of mental health professionals. It took him a minute to absorb what she was offering, the chance of a lifetime--to film a victim's therapy from day one. She explained her desire to break most victims rule of privacy"(7).
* The basis of this book, how it relates to us well as future physicians, and a glimpse into why this book is so exciting.
"'Secrecy,' he said, 'is incest's biggest friend. But I want you to be sure before you enter into anything'"(7).
"'You're not saying that I'm overreacting or crazy? I'm willing to accept either one or both. Sometimes I feel crazy'
'What you've described can make a person feel crazy, especially if it's kept inside'"(9).
"She didn't have to ignore his voice; she was simply no longer there to hear it"(10).
"Therapy has been known to loosen the creative flow. It can be the tapping of one's inner self"(11)