Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Beyond the Tears Reviewed by "Catharsis Foundation"

Catharsis Foundation is a non-profit incorporated in Calgary Alberta in 2004 for survivors of ALL forms of child abuse — globally. Child abuse and the Internet do not recognize borders — neither does Catharsis Foundation!  SCARRED Surviving Child Abuse, Recover & Reclaim, Expose & Disclose

Catharsis Foundation:
  • encourages survivors of all forms of child abuse TO TELL!
  • supports survivor's cathartic autobiographical books
  • is committed to raising awareness
Surviving Suicide Attempts Beyond the Tears: A True Survivor’s Story is a testament to surviving suicide attempts and finally coming to appreciate that life is not a cruel death sentence but to be lived happily — and can be — if you finally make the decision to live a happy life. The choice is — and always will be — yours. Lynn C. Tolson speaks from experience; she could continue a life of self-abuse, drugs, making decisions that ensured her unhappiness or to get help and make the decision to take care of herself. Most survivors of child abuse look for someone to take care of them but few ever find that “knight in shining armor” or “Florence Nightingale.” Read Beyond the Tears: A True Survivor’s Story especially if you are suicidal or hurting yourself and maybe you will come to understand your own role in your unhappiness and decide to change things for the better. Beyond The Tears: A True Survivor’s Story by Lynn C. Tolson proves that being abused as a child is NOT an automatic death sentence! Lynn is proof that survival is a matter of will and to live in happiness or despair is a matter of choices we make for ourselves. Catharsis Foundation “It’s Time To Tell” 

You can see the review and browse a selection of books by, for, and about survivors here:

Catharsis Foundation also has an international survivors community, which you can join free by clicking here
  • Uniting Survivors to build safety and strength in numbers
  • Supporting Survivors encourages the exposure of child abuse
  • Survivors Supporting Survivors
"Establishing the Survivor Networking Community permits us to help and support one another. By banding together, survivors will grow to be a force too powerful
to be ignored or dismissed!"

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