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Linda C. (Seagull) reviewed Healing Myself: A Hero's Primer for Recovery from Tragedy on
It was a rainy night in Saint Petersburg, Florida in 1994 when I first met Gari Carter after she spoke about her experiences and the tapes from the Monroe Institute. (The Foreward is written by Robert Monroe.) I arranged to have Gari as the guest speaker for a group I was in at the time and she was a hit.
Gari has spoken with many groups dealing with people who have major facial reconstruction.
Later, when I took a 6 month class for A Course in Miracles in Clearwater, Florida, Gari was a member of the group. She's a classy lady.
V. N. (verrby) reviewed Healing Myself: A Hero's Primer for Recovery from Tragedy on
The engrossing tale of a car crash and its aftermath: everyone survived but her face. With nose and mouth sheared off, Gari Carter makes her courageous way forward into a new life. A wonderful book to remind us of the strength and courage that it takes to heal and go forward. She makes mistakes, but each setback makes her resolve stronger. Good for those recovering and caregivers who need to read in first person about the journey of the injuried. Inspiring.