Hands down, she’s the most well-informed and heart-centered person to ever interview me. She gets it. She gets the challenges. She understands and doesn’t sympathize, doesn’t feel sorry for me.
She treated me as her equal and believes in this work, the passionate work to spread awareness to everyone impacted by relationship abuse and to spread hope that we are all destined to heal and be transformed in the aftermath no matter how long we’ve endured living in secret with our shame and pain.
By giving me the opportunity to speak in a safe environment free of judgment or doubt, she provided all of us with hope and inspiration. Please listen and enjoy this radio recording and share with your loved ones and friends on social media.
I share parts of my story I never imaged I’d be able to share before, because I absolutely believe my story will help and save others.
DISCLAIMER: Although the author often uses gender-specific pronouns in her writing, she does not believe personality disorders, such as narcissism or sociopathy, are exclusive to any one gender. Sometimes it's just easier to write from her personal experiences. Thank you for your understanding.
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