Thriving as becoming resolute in narratives of women surviving childhood maltreatment.

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The purpose of this feminist interpretive study was to portray the experience of women thriving after childhood maltreatment (CM) through personal narratives. An interdisciplinary team conducted multiple in-depth interviews of 44 women survivors of CM who identified themselves as successful and doing well. The interviews focused on "what worked" and "what… (More)
DOI: 10.1037/a0016531

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@article{Hall2009ThrivingAB, title={Thriving as becoming resolute in narratives of women surviving childhood maltreatment.}, author={Joanne Hall and Marian W Roman and Sandra P. Thomas and Cheryl Brown Travis and Jill Powell and Clifton R. Tennison and Karen Moyers and Dava H Shoffner and K. M. Bolton and Tonya Broyles and Tracey Amanda Martin and Polly M McArthur}, journal={The American journal of orthopsychiatry}, year={2009}, volume={79 3}, pages={375-86} }