Category Archives: family secret

Transformation

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Enabler

ENABLER By Mary E. Latela, October 1, 2016 In the pop psychology of contemporary society, the enabler is the victim who stays in an abusive relationship. She may not say anything about the betrayal of having a partner who steps … Continue reading

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Wiseman Triumphs with What She Left Behind

Ellen Marie Wiseman Triumphs with What She Left Behind ByMary E. Latela May 20, 2016 Two young women, born sixty years apart, cross paths in almost amazing coincidences. When your resources are books – when you never speak to people … Continue reading

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Cathy Lamb’s Very Best Friend

Reviewed April 15, 2016 By  Mary E. Latela, @LatelaMary, mlatelablog.wordpress.com My Very Best Friend, Cathy Lamb. Kensington Books, 2015. Charlotte Mackintosh has a best friend, Bridget. They spent their growing up years in Scotland, until Charlotte suddenly moved to a secluded island … Continue reading

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Charming Guy or Abuser?

I suppose I should have been skeptical that a fairly nice looking man wanted to spend more and more time with me. … First he wrote me a note, identifying himself as a friend of C & MJ, mutual friends, … Continue reading

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