Suffer the Child

Suffer the Child

Judith Spencer / Jul 15, 2019

Suffer the Child On the bestseller list for Walden Books and required reading for psychology classes Suffer the Child was first to link Satanic child abuse with multiple personalities dissociative disorders The story

  • Title: Suffer the Child
  • Author: Judith Spencer
  • ISBN: 9780595151523
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Paperback
  • On the bestseller list for Walden Books and required reading for psychology classes, Suffer the Child was first to link Satanic child abuse with multiple personalities dissociative disorders The story chronicles with unblinking objectivity the harrowing experiences of Jenny, reared in a satanic cult, in a life so untenable as to fracture the self In the healing process,On the bestseller list for Walden Books and required reading for psychology classes, Suffer the Child was first to link Satanic child abuse with multiple personalities dissociative disorders The story chronicles with unblinking objectivity the harrowing experiences of Jenny, reared in a satanic cult, in a life so untenable as to fracture the self In the healing process, these experiences, made of nightmare stuff, are assimilated, with the help of therapists with little to guide their committed and necessarily innovative treatment The horrifying revelations of Jennys healing journey will shock, inspire, and give caution to us all.

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    1. It's hard for me to reconcile someone having 400+ personalities. It's hard to swallow. However, I can "understand" it after going through the things this girl went through. And that's only what was written here. Who knows what else there is.I find it suspicious that because of her "fair skin" could "not seem to be marked." "Burns and cuts healed almost instantly, leaving scars so faint they could barely be seen." Really? Hmm.Also, how exactly does another personality show a scar? Aren't they sha [...]


    2. Unfortunately one of the hardest to believe books ‘non-fiction’ books that I have read. While interested in personal stories of DID/MPD and also SRA, this book seems to go way overboard in describing satanic practices and the extreme abuse encountered by Jenny (the core multiple and a pseudo name for the real woman whose story it is) –so much so that I couldn’t even finish it all – ever new chapter I’d exhale an ‘oh come on!There is way too much ‘crap’ in this book that makes i [...]


    3. If Michelle Remembers was the blockbuster book that blew the lid off of child Satanic Ritual Abuse and was the equivalent of a blockbuster horror film, then Suffer the Child is its over the top, copy and paste direct to DVD sequel of a book. Judith Spencer sticks with the formula-- young child forced into a cult by her abusive mother--but ups the ante by throwing in claims of children forced to perform bestiality, sacrificial murder, prostitution and a victim with 400 or so personalities. Its al [...]


    4. This is a detailed account about a woman who was raised in a satanic cult. With the abuse this woman suffered it's no wonder she was such a broken person. I read this book when I was 12 years old (I know not the type of book a 12 year old should be reading), but even after all these years the story of this womans life still haunts me.


    5. What a great read! I couldn't put it down. When at work all i could think about was going home to immurse myself and serveral more chapters. This books is a great insight to MPD that everyone should understand. The extent of abuse that one person can take, emotonally and physically, with the help of the mind can truely astound you. If you have read sybil please know that this is a much easier read. The book was written in a very well thought out methodical way to allow you to understand the alte [...]


    6. This is one of the heaviest books I have ever read.I had to stop and give myself a emotional break from it since it was giving me nightmares. When I picked it up again and forced myself through it I finished it with a sigh of relief.While I actually have met a victim of satanic abuse that had a severe personality disorder, you cannot help but to be amazed at the way the brain attempts to shield a person who has suffered abuse.I was actually nervous while reading this book ( maybe because of the [...]


    7. For those who doubt the veracity of these events because one personality should have the same physical body characteristics as another: they each have distinct voices; some change hair color; there have even been examples of women whose breast size changed with the personality! These things are difficult to accept, but as someone who has been around DID for most of my life, the changes are real and denial is a defense mechanism, understandable but false.


    8. what can I say this is the sickest book I have read ever, so far. I cant even begin to imagine . Once u get her full back story, u realize she had to fragment into different people. only reason y she was still alive


    9. It's so hard to rate this book. I read it on a suggestion almost 10 years ago, and it was heart wrenching, I probably cried through the majority. I couldn't put it down hoping for a happily ever after, but left with disappointment but also hope at the end.





    10. This fascinating look into Jenny Walters' multifaceted personalities created to deal with the abuse of her mother and being raised in a satanic cult held me both parts spellbound and horrified. It's more a story of her brave fight to regain mental health and oneness.


    11. I'd love to re-read this one again. I read it probably close to 20 years ago and remember it to be heartbreaking and chilling account of a child's mind splitting apart to cope with severe stress.


    12. This story stuck with me for years. I first read this as an early teen and then again more than 10 years later. Sad, horrifying, and painful I couldn't help but feel with Jenny throughout this story.


    13. This book is so intense. I read it probably 6 or 7 years ago and it still sticks in my mind like I read it yesterday. Note to readers: have tissues handy because you WILL cry.



    14. This is my second time reading this book- and it was just as riveting the second time around. The book is phenomenal. Jenny's story is devastating.


    15. Horrible brutality. It's amazing that this child survived at all. I just can't understand why people would do such things. Scary!




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