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Tragic Past Leads to an Advocacy of Compassion and Love

Retired schoolteacher pens about her heartbreaking childhood and her learned behaviors of the time.


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Becoming Berit
Written by Berit Frydenlund McMillan
Becoming Berit Written by Berit Frydenlund McMillan

“This is an intense book that tells her story about child sex abuse. Anyone who has been through it should read this. It’s also an eye opener for those of us who have had a perfect childhood with much love. I recommend the book to everyone.”

Raised in an era when family secrets were not publicized, author Berit Frydenlund McMillan tells a story of valor, determination, and survival.

In her book, Becoming Berit, McMillan shares her story as a young victim of sexual abuse. She stresses that adults have significant roles in the lives of abused children. She said, “This book is written to raise awareness to an underreported issue. Most children do not willingly share their experiences. It is up to us to act as mentors and advocates to children.”

Furthermore, a reader from Amazon named Carolyn Weist mentions, “This is an intense book that tells her story about child sex abuse. Anyone who has been through it should read this. It’s also an eye opener for those of us who have had a perfect childhood with much love. I recommend the book to everyone.”

To those interested about the book, visit LitFire’s booth at BookExpo America, on May 11–13, 2016, at McCormick Place, Chicago.
 
 
 

Becoming Berit
Written by Berit Frydenlund McMillan
Kindle | $3.99
Nook Book | $3.99
Paperback | $15.99
Hardcover | $24.99
Book copies are available at www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and other online retail stores.
 
 

About the Author

Berit Frydenlund was born in England ten months after the end of WWII. Until 1948, she lived in Sarpsborg, Norway, and then returned to England where she resided until 1974. She majored in education and literature at Gloucestershire College of Education. She received a BS from Malone College in Ohio and continued in the profession about which she was passionate—working with children. Berit and her husband, Larry, have a son and a daughter and five grandchildren. They live in New Philadelphia.


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 Berit Frydenlund McMillan
 Becoming Berit
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