(Read) Wholly Unraveled ↠ Keele Burgin


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  • 03 July 2018
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10 thoughts on “Wholly Unraveled

  1. says:

    This was an First reads for MarchThis was such an odd reading experience on the one hand shocking descriptions of abuse leading to addiction and self destructive behaviour on the other all the characters including the narrator are so one dimensional large parts of the book don't ring uite trueI couldn't get a grip of her family was she the only child being abused and if so why Why were the parents ok with the daughters going to

  2. says:

    i was caught up in this book from page one i read it in 2 days took my kindle to bed with me reading page after page under

  3. says:

    TRIGGER WARNING Detailed descriptions of child abuse and rape If these are triggers for you think twice before reading this bookThis book was extremely frustrating to read I understand that people do not remember every detail of their childhood but when you are writing about it you need to provide some reason for the things that hap

  4. says:

    Free from as part of the March First ReadsThe depictions of abuse are seriously rough and Kathleen's destructive behavior in the second section of the book is tough to watch But overall it's an uneven book How did

  5. says:

    Keele Burgin went through a childhood that made mine look like 18 years at Disney World My father was an authoritarian Catholic man who always had to be right and we children were little bundles of Original Sin that needed to be corrected and molded into good people But he loved us He was consistent He played with us We just learned or tried to learn not to push his buttons Keele's father was self righteous vindictive a

  6. says:

    This was a difficult read and left me with too many uestionswhy why why I found it ironic that she ran away from the abuse in one cult to only then find herself seeking help in another I do understand everyone has their own journey an

  7. says:

    This was my First Reads pick for the month of MarchI'm honestly not sure how to feel about this book On one hand it was an engrossing

  8. says:

    Totally engrossing but there's just too little resolution for the reader Researching the author after the fact it seems she goes on to do absolutely incredible things which prove the most amazing self growth and healing But how How does she leave Toronto and accomplish all these things with no family or money Does she ever meet up with her siblings again Why does she take her son to meet her father Did she ever make am

  9. says:

    This is an unbelievable story of survival Kathleen if you were here right now I’d hug the heck out of you I wouldn’t speak — just hug —

  10. says:

    This is a gripping memoir and I read it in about 24 hours The abuse trauma and self destruction Kathleen Burgin writes about is vivid and shockingThe struggle for me is that it all feels a bit disjointed It’s storytelling without a resolution I want to know how she moved from one phase of her life to the next

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Wholly Unraveled

Er step in her unraveling Instead with her demons uieted she emerged with a fresh understanding of self an empowering new purpose and a sense of worthiness that she would never let be challenged again Wholly Unraveled is Keele Burgin’s gripping and inspiring journey of self discovery and of finally finding her voice against nearly insurmountable od This was my First Reads pick for the month of MarchI m honestly not sure how to feel about this book On one hand it was an engrossing story that grabbed onto me and didn t want to let me go until I finished it On the other hand there was so much self destruction and bouncing from one to cult to what sounded like another that I found myself getting annoyed Reading about her growing up was hard because she had no control over that Reading about her adult years was also hard because she did At the end I felt like we were told a half story A story about a horrible childhood that turned into a dreadful adulthood with many uestions left unanswered I m glad that it sounds like

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OwnBut when the time came to escape she found herself in a damaging spiral of self destruction At rock bottom and with nowhere to go Kathleen stepped off a bus in the last place she ever thought she’d find peace a remote community in rural Canada Spending a year in almost complete silence Kathleen feared this experience would prove to be just anoth Keele Burgin went through a childhood that made mine look like 18 years at Disney World My father was an authoritarian Catholic man who always had to be right and we children were little bundles of Original Sin that needed to be corrected and molded into good people But he loved us He was consistent He played with us We just learned or tried to learn not to push his buttons Keele s father was self righteous vindictive and mean Her mother read frightened and submissive Keele acted out rebelled and got kicked out She spent years self abusing and hating herself until she ended up at a remote retreat center where she was forced to reckon with her anger and hatred This book i

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Sometimes all that it takes to start over is the courage to say you will In Kathleen’s home red jeans were a sin Parties were punishable with violence Fear was part of the daily norm Growing up in a Catholic cult under the unforgiving eye of her abusive father Kathleen knew from an early age that if she were to survive she’d have to do it on her i was caught up in this book from page one i read it in 2 days took my kindle to bed with me reading page after page under the covers fell asleep with it put most of life on hold today and just finished it i saw so much of myself in her wordsi admit as others have reviewed and stated that there are so many parts of her story left unknowing but those are her memories stories and nightmares i m sure they will make it to print for our hungry eyes at some point but that s what i like about her her random bits of reflection and which layers of the onion she decides to peel back for us when i was reading her first moments of abuse i noticed my body flush and my heart start to