Annora’s intensifying bouts of amnesia caused her husband to seek marital counseling for them; whereupon, the therapist observed even more abnormal behaviors in Annora. She was subsequently diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), also known as Multiple Personality Disorder. Buried inner conflicts began to morph into external trouble and at first these troubles seemed to lack sense and organization. With the help of her therapist, Annora battled her disorder and the pieces of the puzzle came together to reveal a carefully hidden secret so devastating, that even Annora was not aware of it. We Are Annora will rivet readers as the story unravels clues which climax into a surprise ending.
Marrow’s choice of first-person narrative successfully pulls the reader into this page-turning true story which so richly demonstrates the human will to survive amidst a crippling disorder that is still so misunderstood. Throughout the pages of this release, struggles of fear and hope, love and hate, confusion and utter clarity give the reader an “insider” perspective of the challenges faced by traumatized people with DID. Hence, the reader acquires a better understanding of the difficulties suffered by multiples and the potential for true healing.
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About the Author
P.S. Marrow grew up in Ann Arbor, MI, where she lived until age nineteen. She has since lived in Europe, Alaska, and many other beautiful states in America. She is a freelance writer and web designer, and has published commercial newsletters and articles. She is a member of two online writing groups in which she enjoys anonymity. Today, she lives with her husband in the beautiful U.S. Rocky Mountains.
WE ARE ANNORA * by P.S. Marrow
A True Story of Surviving Multiple Personality Disorder
Publication Date: November 17, 2010
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