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When Rabbit Howls Mass Market Paperback – April 1, 1990
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A loving couple, grieving the loss of their son, finds their marriage in free fall when a beautiful, long-lost acquaintance inserts herself into their lives. Learn More
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"When Rabbit Howls" is the story of one such woman whose mind "split" and created 92 different personalities. The book gives the reader a clearer understanding of MPD, its's causes and effects, and explains how individuals with MPD can go on to live productive, fulfilling lives with the help of professional therapy.
For those interested in reading of similar cases of MPD, I also suggest reading, "Becoming One," by Sarah Olson, "Sybil" by Flora Rhets Schreiber, "First Person Plural" by Dr. Cameron West, and "Silencing the Voices. All of these are excellent books and each one is deserving of a five-star rating.
Sad as it may be, too many people still misunderstand Multiple-Personality-Disorder (MPD). It is quite probably the least understood of all of the afflictions that are grouped under the banner of "Depression". Anyone who would stop for a minute and actually look into the number of Depression cases, and MPD in particular, would be shocked to learn the numbers that are medical fact.
Truddi Chase takes the reader along a roller-coaster ride that examines the creation and development of MPD. While there are as many different methods and reasons as to why this happens as there are people afflicted, Truddi examines this in such exquisite detail that is so realistic that it actually holds some fright for the reader. Fright in the manner of thoroughly explaining what goes on in the mind of someone suffering from this, and how it develops from something that too many people believe are events that aren't so terrible.
Mental illness in any form is a tragic thing for anyone to go through. At times, it is hard to determine on whom it is worse - the person suffering, or the person living and dealing with the sufferer. The best way to cope with either situation is to understand the affliction, and this is precisely what Truddi does here. She presents it in a manner that can be understood and appreciated. This is one book that I would recommend everyone read at least once so that at least some basic understanding of this disease can be made, without any of the conclusions that many (unfortunately so) reach when this subject is brought to bear.
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This book was referred by one of my professors and I ordered it on a whim. I could not put the book down. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Rachel Fuller
As a survivor, I took enormous hope and comfort from this book. Thank You.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
When Rabbit Howls is, to my knowledge, unique in the literature when it comes to biographies/autobiographies of a multiple system. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Storyteller
This is a really hard book to process, in large part because of the degree to which it deviates from how people "normally" process or perceive the world. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tahni J
As a survivor of child abuse and a carrier of DID, I've been asked "How can you handle reading this book? It's so graphic!" Truth is, I familiarized with so much of it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Vennie Kocsis
Really amazing book!!! Explains how much trauma and childhood sexual abuse affects a child's mind, especially when you're so young that you don't have the verbal skills to explain... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Grace Osborn
My favorite book of all time. Very sad but very good read.Published 6 months ago by Christine Sanders
this is a very well written book. He will make your hair stand on end. and it is not for the faint hearted. I read it years ago and now again. Read morePublished 7 months ago by kathleen wheaton