The Muted Cage is a compilation of emotions, feelings and experiences many readers in this book readers will be able to identify with the author's pain, struggles, and also the love that it is exuded throughout the book. What I found most intriguing about the book is how the author was able to give readers a very vivid Outlook into her personal life, her family history as well as a look at her tenacity to overcome childhood trauma. I would say however the flow of the book needs work as certain chapters did not flow with other chapters in the book. For instance the chapter that speaks about her mother's death I personally believe should have waited or should have been listed until the very end of the book. I'm very intrigued by the title of the book The muted cage in the sense I can personally identify with childhood traumas that often times go unhealed, unaddressed, and in some cases are passed on to other generations. I will however say that this book is a trigger for anyone who may have PTSD, unresolved traumas as well as struggles with low self-esteem or self-worth. I do not recommend this book to children under the age of 17 because of the severity and the nature of the book. In hindsight this book could be extremely beneficial for therapists, counselors, and even Christian organizations that deal or work with individuals who have suffered traumas or even self-esteem issues. I would rate this book as a four out of five and I would recommend this book to other book groups around the globe. I thoroughly enjoyed the book and I felt challenged to even face my inner demons and traumas that I continue to live with. I encourage anyone who may be interested in going in the psychology, sociology, or even counseling field to read this book as it prepares you to display empathy, compassion, and understanding to Future clients. (Reviewed by HarmonyRaine)
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