- Writer's Voice - 20140314 - Jane Isay

Secrets and LiesThis week's guest on Writers' Voices spent 40 years as an editor, working with some of the top writers in the fields of psychology and neuroscience, including Anna Freud and Mary Pipher ("Reviving Ophelia"). When she retired, she turned to writing books about family relationships.  Jane Isay considers herself  "a mapmaker, sketching out the routes to conflict and acceptance, to anger and to love."

In Isay's most recent book, "Secrets and Lies: Surviving the Truths That Change Our Lives,"  she reveals the secret that deeply impacted her first marriage.  By sharing her own and other's stories of secrets kept and seJane Isaycrets found, she illustrates the many ways that secrets affect family relationships and cause emotional distress, but also provides guidance in how to move past the pain, guilt and blame.

Join Monicaand Caroline for an intriguing conversation with a woman who knows both sides of the desk when it comes to writing and publishing.