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Christine Rose (3)

Autor/a de Rowan of the Wood

Per altres autors anomenats Christine Rose, vegeu la pàgina de desambiguació.

7 obres 113 Membres 15 Ressenyes


Obres de Christine Rose

Rowan of the Wood (2008) 67 exemplars
Witch on the Water (2009) 15 exemplars
Fire of the Fey (2010) 10 exemplars
Power of the Zephyr (2012) 6 exemplars
Liberty Bound 1 exemplars


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Ressenya escrita per a Crítics Matiners de LibraryThing .
I'm sympathetic with her story of suicide, depression, and abuse, but honestly, it just got too much for me. I'm more of a cynic instead of little miss positive but my goodness she went through so much. It was just hard for me to read. I'm glad she was able to come out of it and write her story so that others may read as well but it just wasn't a book for me. I enjoyed reading about her travels though.
WellReadSoutherner | Hi ha 3 ressenyes més | Aug 20, 2023 |
Ressenya escrita per a Crítics Matiners de LibraryThing .
Was surprised that I really enjoyed this book, it could so easily have been full of doom and gloom but turned out to be a humorous and honest portrayal of the author's journey of healing from multiple sexual assaults and a betrayal of her husband of 15 years' trust.

I found myself cheering her on for every page and would recommend other readers to accompany her on her inspirational journey
Dadonator1 | Hi ha 3 ressenyes més | Aug 15, 2023 |
Ressenya escrita per a Crítics Matiners de LibraryThing .
It’s been a few weeks since finishing this book. An honest narrative of the authors journey of trauma, her relationship with men and in the end herself.
Hopefully this work will support others on a similar journey.
TinaC1 | Hi ha 3 ressenyes més | Jul 29, 2023 |
Ressenya escrita per a Crítics Matiners de LibraryThing .
"One reason to live" written by Christine Rose, is the true story that she lived, her long descent into hell, when she was diagnosed with C-TSD, and her slow reconstruction in order to regain esteem. of herself.

Because, her main weakness, is to tolerate All the faults she encounters in men, and starting with her husband, whom she thought she knew well! It turns out that after fifteen years of marriage, he leaves her suddenly. She then learns her addictions, lies, hypocrisies and all her cowardice towards her! She then sinks, just surviving thanks to pills.

An alarming observation is imposed on her! FINALLY, she must take care of herself and listen to herself, instead of always excusing the male boorishness of which she is the object... for fear of being "impolite", she adds!

Her slow resilience will be to go into exile far away, in various countries, when she does not even speak the language. This, to allow him, finally, to live for Her, without expecting anything from men.

Regaining possession of her body will be difficult, as she has been abused, raped... humiliated, but it is the price to pay for self-acceptance: it is her reason for living.

Read it! A memoir that exploits the flaws of the human soul, but also its ability to transcend itself, and heal leitmotivs to which we were not objective.
A change of attitude, the clear vision of oneself, added self-esteem, and awareness of one's own qualities, will bring out a whole new Christine, more lucid and better armed.

I literally loved it, as much reading it, always cheerful and optimistic, full of humor, as the story itself, eccentric and moving, of a C-TSD survivor!


"One reason to live" écrit par Christine Rose, est l'histoire vraie qu'elle a vécue, sa longue descente aux enfers, alors qu'elle est diagnostiquée C-TSD, et sa lente reconstruction afin de parvenir à retrouver l'estime d'elle-même.

Car, sa principale faiblesse, est de tolérer Tous les défauts qu'elle rencontre chez les hommes, et en commençant par son mari, qu'elle croyait pourtant, bien connaitre! Il s'avère qu'au terme de quinze ans de mariage, celui ci la quitte brutalement. Elle apprend alors ses addictions, mensonges, hypocrisies et toutes ses lâchetés à son égard! Elle sombre alors, juste survivante grace à des cachets.

Un constat alarmant s'impose à elle! Elle doit ENFIN, prendre soin d'elle-même et s'écouter, au lieu d'excuser, toujours, les mufleries masculines dont elle est l'objet...par peur d'être "impolie", ajoute t'elle!

Sa lente résilience sera de partir s'exiler au loin, dans divers pays, alors qu'elle ne parle même pas la langue. Ceci, pour lui permettre, enfin, de vivre pour Elle, sans rien à attendre des hommes.

Reprendre possession de son corps sera difficile, tant elle a été abusée, violée... humiliée, mais c'est le prix à payer pour l'acceptance de soi : c'est sa raison de vivre.

Lizez le ! Un mémoire qui exploite les failles de l'âme humaine, mais aussi ses capacités à se transcender, et guérir de leitmotiv auxquels on n'était pas objectifs.
Un changement d'attitude, la claire vision de soi, ajouté d'estime de soi, et de la conscience de ses propres qualités, feront émerger une toute nouvelle Christine, plus lucide et mieux armée.

J'ai littéralement adoré, autant sa lecture, toujours gaie et optimiste, pleine d'humour, que l'histoire elle_même, exentrique et boulversante, d'une survivante du C-TSD!
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Louanne | Hi ha 3 ressenyes més | Jun 24, 2023 |


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