What Amazon Readers Say About Voices
September 19, 2012
"Voices is about a man who discovers through hypno-therapy, that he has multiple personalities. Voices is also about the Psychologist who administers the hypnosis. Dr. Trula LaCalle tells about the turmoil that surrounded her in regards to the treatment of her patient, from doctors, other patients, nurses and even from her Psychologist husband. It's a true story that I can relate to in my own life. It's interesting, alarming and the dedication to which this doctor went to in the treatment of her disturbed patient. There is hope. It's a good read."
October 26, 2012
"Reluctant to read at first simply because I am skeptical of MPD, I found this book hard to put down once I began reading. I love being inside the mind of a psychologist, and from that vantage having an extremely unique look at MPD. I feel like I learned a lot about the human mind, but did so in a way that I found exciting and personable.
Definitely worth the read--especially if you're interested in psychology!"
May 21, 2003
"The truth in this book was difficult to read. I wanted to turn away many times but keep reading, eventually I understood ... I was reading about things I needed to face in my own life. Trula wrote in a way I could comprehend and believe even when I was in crisis.
If you think you or someone you love might be struggling with surviving early childhood abuse, that they survived by pulling the memory curtain and developed multiple personalities, read this book!
As a society, we are instantly afraid of people with multiple personalities, or disbelieve them, but we seldom think to be afraid of someone with amnesia who has managed to start a new life without knowing their past. There is little difference. ..."