Mystery of MemoryMystery of Memory

Telling My Truth, Standing My Ground

– by Deborah Howard

Deborah Howard, Esq. is the founder and President of Guiding Change Consulting, Inc.

She is a leading organizational consultant, professional certified coach, and author, who helps leaders and teams transform themselves by tapping into their wisdom and creative potential.

Previously, she worked as a public interest attorney, advocated for abused children in Anchorage, Alaska, and practiced Judo in Japan.

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The Mystery of Memory: Telling My Truth, Standing My Ground, is the story of an incest survivor who struggled to find her voice and believe in herself despite having only wispy, murky memories of her abuse.

After unearthing memories of being sexually molested by her father, Deborah spends decades struggling against her parents’ invalidation of her experience, suffering from painful self-doubt in the process. Finally, she decides to become a detective to find evidence to conquer her doubts.

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“A powerful candid and beautifully written account of survival, and an inspiring journey of healing and resilience from childhood incest. Howard’s book is lucid, complex and infinitely engaging. This is a must read.”

Lena Alhusseini

Director of Child Welfare, Oregon Department of Health and Human Services

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“Deborah Howard became my coach at a pivotal point. I needed to reconnect with my purpose, find my voice, and make a plan to move forward. Deb was an ideal facilitator of this process. Her exquisite skills in listening and empathy made me feel heard and understood, and throughout our coaching engagement, she asked strategic questions and gently challenged long-held assumptions that had the potential to limit my growth. Together we faced down those assumptions, and my great epiphany was that I had more power than I thought I had. She’s the best of the best.”

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