Persistence U with Lizbeth
Episode 60.5 The Truth About Happily Ever After and the Journey of Recovery (From Anything!)
March 05, 2022
Today is so very significant to me.
Stolen By Their Father, the Lifetime Television movie based on my book, Pieces of Me: Rescuing My Kidnapped Daughters, premiers today. And it's 32 years to the day after leaving abuse behind, something to celebrate, indeed.
You will learn:
- Happily Ever After is for fairy tales, but my family been so fortunate to live our lives reunited in a Happily Ever After sort of way.
- In books and movies, not all characters can be identified for reasons of privacy, budget, and time. But the real heroes in my story were many, and spanned the globe.
- Leaving abuse, like any other type of recovery, isn't a one-time event, but a process that requires patience and support. There are agencies and online groups offering help for those in need of help. In the US, for example, 1-800-799-SAFE or the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children are resources.
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