I was lucky enough to see a report on Kennedy whilst in Canada when my memories broke, but didn't know he'd written a book, and so I alternated between personal stories and the self-help books, only really buying and re-reading the big three of Courage To Heal, Victims no Longer and Abused Boys.
When I needed a pep-up I re-read those three instead of buying any more self-helpers. So I caught up with Kennedy's book just under a year after being in Canada for continuity, and when I couldn't order Fleury's book, I gave it a third read. Still great and inspirational and short and sweet, possibly because there was only the one failed marriage. Personal stories help you compare notes in recovery when the writers discuss therapy or what they did practically, and you never know where you might find something useful.
Edited by ComicBookGuy (11/26/09 10:33 PM)