In Because I Didn’t Tell, author I. Katchastarr offers a self-help autobiography detailing an account of the horrific events of her young adult life. These events fiercely unraveled her once-safe world into a dungeon of despair propelled by life-or-death threats and brain-washed promises of “not to tell.”
Her journey through hell, led by the devil himself, clearly demonstrates the destructive trail of deceit, including lying to herself, in her desperate attempt to save lives: her own, her unborn child’s, and her family members’. In each chapter Katchastarr chronicles the powerful force of fear and the destructive disruption of life as she surrenders power to her abuser. She offers both forgiveness for herself and pearls of wisdom for others.
An emotional story told with courage, Because I Didn’t Tell shares Katchastarr’s journey as a survivor and a thriver, and not a victim. It serves as an inspiration to others in abusive relationships—bullying, mental, emotional, verbal, physical, and sexual—to find courage, have faith, stay strong, speak up, and tell.