As a small child, you learn to accept whatever treatment is dished out to you.
That was how it was for Bethonie Rose, who only started to question the way she was brought up when it was too late.
In this memoir, she recalls walking away from her family after coming to terms with its sexual enslavement of female members.
One of her most important realizations was that predators—be they parents, siblings or caregivers—all tell you that you are so important to them, but the bottom line is how they feel is what’s most important.
Therefore, they keep trying to guide you to make them feel good, which results in you feeling shattered.
With heart-breaking honesty, the author reveals how her brother sexually abused her while her parents looked the other way to maintain the illusion of being an upstanding family.
Join the author on a journey of self-discovery that exposes the dark nature of sexual abuse and leaves her questioning all she was taught.