When Bill Clinton first ran for the presidency, in accepting the Democratic nomination, he thanked two people. Statement Analysis of this has been done repeatedly, but for those who have not read it, the order, and the wording was noted:
1. He thanked his mother before he thanked his wife, Hillary.
2. He said that his mother was the most "important woman" in his life, while he said Hillary was the most important "person" in his life.
By calling his mother a "woman" and his wife a "person" he did the unexpected, which gave question to:
Was Bill Clinton closer to his mother? Might he have been a victim of abuse? Would this abuse likely have been sexual?
His sexual behaviors suggest as much. Sexual abuse, especially in the early formative years, is devastating to the brain development, including the inhibition of natural boundaries of a child, which is why we see, at times, such self destructive, risk-taking behavior of adult victims of childhood sexual abuse.
We now learn in a new book that Hillary Clinton blamed her mother-in-law's abuse of Bill for his "sex addiction" in life: