This story describes the conflict experienced by both Humphrey and her husband, including the effect on their children, how the family transcended the trauma and eventually how they "came back alive."
Dallas (PRWEB) December 10, 2013
In "Memoirs Of A Silent Exhibition: No More!" (published by Balboa Press), the new memoir by Denise Humphrey, readers gain access to an intimate glimpse into her life, marriage, conflicts and transformational healing process.
Humphrey discloses significant portions of her life in "Memoirs Of A Silent Exhibition," focusing on the times during which she, as she says, "essentially lived in a coffin and felt dead while alive, based on feelings of shame and an indistinct identity."
"Having lived a closeted life for most of my childhood years, once I met and married John I lived in an even heftier coffin once I found out he was gay," she explains. This story describes the conflict experienced by both Humphrey and her husband, including the effect on their children, how the family transcended the trauma and eventually how they "came back alive."
An excerpt from "Memoirs Of A Silent Exhibition":
"I firmly believe that our past history creates our personal thoughts, which then creates our personal emotions. We have the ability to readjust our fixated thoughts because we really can overcome the pessimistic beliefs embedded in our minds."
"Memoirs Of A Silent Exhibition"
By Denise Humphrey, Ph.D.
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 108 pages | ISBN 9781452578705
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 108 pages | ISBN 9781452578699
E-Book | ISBN 9781452578712
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
About the Author
Denise Humphrey is a clinical psychologist and has received literary awards in this profession. "Memoirs Of A Silent Exhibition: No More!" is a memoir which looks back on her marriage to a husband who turned out to be gay and how the family dilemma was surpassed. Humphrey lives in Dallas and runs a private practice.
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