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aura Davis became estranged
ple a clear sense of whether they want to
from her mother, Temme, in
reconcile or give up on the relationship,
several stages, each more
Davis said in a recent conversation.
painful than the last.
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Her parents divorced when
explore different
she was 14; she refused to
es and methods
attend college; she left her
of reconciliation
Jewish home for an ashram
and learn to let go
(Hindu commune); she
of anger.
revealed she was a lesbian;
"It's also to help
and, finally, she told her
people feel they are
mother she had been molest-
not alone," she
ed as a child by her since-
said.
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The situations in
Temme's own father.
the book are, like
To top it all off, Davis then
Davis' own, drastic
wrote a book about the
examples of
molestation. Her mother
estrangement —
denied it all, ascribing the
adults who were
accusations to the unhealthy
Laura Davis
abused as children,
influence of the mental health
battered spouses,
establishment.
Holocaust survivors and the like. A
"She was devastated by my revela-
father bonds with the man who killed
tions, furious at my public exposure of
his son in a robbery attempt; members
our family, and rendered powerless by
of a synagogue take in the young neo-
her inability to shift the course of
Nazis who defaced their sanctuary. To a
events," Davis writes in her most recent
book, I Thought We'd Never Speak Again: large extent, they all speak in their own
words, and the pain is evident.
The Road From Estrangement To
"One of the reasons I use these situa-
Reconciliation (HarperCollins; $12.95).
tions is so readers in less extreme situa-
"I, on the other hand, felt betrayed, self-
tions will say to themselves, 'If this per-
righteous and angry."
son can do it, then I should be able to
About a dozen years ago, Davis, a
do it myself,"' explained Davis, who
mother herself, began the process of rec-
does private consulting and presenta-
onciling with Temme. She writes, "The
tions throughout the world and has
question I faced now, was 'How can I
been featured on Oprah, CNN and
find in myself the love, compassion and
in Time magazine.
acceptance for my mother that she so
Davis; now 47, lives with her family
deeply deserves?'"
in California. She has a grandchild of
Davis' is only one of many dramas
her own. Her mother comes for extend-
retold in the self-help book she wrote to
ed visits. ❑
assist those who wish to reconcile with
estranged family members and others.
Among the book's favorable reviews is
one from Rabbi Joseph Telushkin,
Laura Davis will be pest presen-
author of The Book ofJewish Values, who
ter at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
called I Thought We'd Never Speak Again
,
March 10, and 9 a.m.-5 p.m.,
"a compelling, practical and inspiring
Thursday, March 11, at Temple
guide to re-opening relationships that
Beth El, 7400 Telegraph Road,
should not remain severed."
Bloomfield Township. There is
Davis, who calls herself a "messenger
no charge for the Wednesday
of reconciliation," will present two sepa-
talk; fees for the workshop are
rate programs this week at Temple Beth
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$35
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