"A riveting read that will tingle your scalp"A true tale of Dissociative Identity Disorder (a form of multiple personality disorder).
"An eye opener"
Bewick is lost. Lost inside her
head. Born to parents who abused her
body, mind and soul, Stacy learned to survive through psychic connections to
angelic spirit guides and by creating inner personalities.
time Stacy was two, the personality called "Marla" knew how to find
food in the paper garbage sack in the kitchen.
When she was four, the personality called "George" knew how to
be strong enough to block the pain from Mommy's forsythia whips and Daddy's
didn't grow up in a remote village or primitive culture. Stacy grew up in a small town in New Jersey
in the 1960s.
Eyes is a personal journey into dissociative identity disorder. Though based on a true story, names, dates
and identifying information have been changed. One of the main visible symptoms
of DID is the lack of a single stable personality. Like post-traumatic stress disorder, DID is created as a result of
trauma and extreme, prolonged abuse.
Stories like Sybil and The Three faces of Eve
help readers connect with adults who suffer from DID. Sky Eyes is unique in
that it describes each of her multiple personalities as it develops in a child. Step into Stacy's world and discover what
happens when society ignores abuse.
83,300 words (equivalent to 312 pages in a mass market paperback book)