Julia's family was a picture of respectability - middle class, decent. But her mother didn't love her enough. And her father loved her too much. Between the ages of eight and thirteen, Julia's father sexually abused her. But when she finally cried out for help, she was branded a liar. As a teenager she began to doubt her own sanity. Her father couldn't have done that...could he? This harrowing story of an abused childhood is also an uplifting one which tells how, later, Julia successfully confronted her painful past and was then able to carve out for herself a meaningful future.