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It is a book that makes you think, reflect, understand and most of all it is a book that shows you that with the right attitude and beliefs, you can forgive and move forward. I loved it!
At the beginning of Chapter 8 of Conflicted Hearts , the same chapter from which the above quote is taken, D.G. Kaye writes the following:
"We are the products of our parents. How can they teach us what they didn't know?"
Likely, these words resonate with more than one reader with parents from the same generation as Kaye's.
The author's fluid writing style and storyteller's voice gives the reader a sense of sitting down over a steaming cup of coffee or tea with a friend. The friend begins to tell you what life was like for her as a child. You sit in disbelief, wondering how this positive, strong, loving woman lived through the parenting received at the mind and hands of her mother.
Yet, our author and friend lives with a guilt burdening her for far too long. This is the skin she wants to shed--the skin of her guilt feelings. It appears to this reader nothing has been D.G. Kaye's fault with respect to her mother and her mother's behavior. The guilt is just another layer applied like frosting on a cake. Only this isn't frosting. It isn't sweet, and it leaves an acid taste in your mouth.
D.G. Kaye is not ashamed nor abashed about telling her story and sharing it with those willing to read.Read more ›
Told with DG Kaye's honesty and openness, and a writing style that draws readers right into the emotion, plan to give this book to anyone suffering from childhood issues that simply aren't their fault and they can't fix.
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