Three women, three separate stories, and the heartbreak that only those who have experienced sexual abuse can fully understand. So many women turn to; Cutting, drinking, relationship addiction, eating disorders, co-dependency, drugs, and many, many more ways to try to alleviate the pain of which escape seems impossible. Their father's or step-father's set them up to believe they were worthless, despicable, no self-esteem, depression, anxiety, and the list goes on. How in the midst of a world of abuse could there possibly be any way out? Can you actually trust anyone? Can you trust a spouse to still love you if they know your story? Will they leave you when they find out the type of trash that caused all of this and that it was your own fault?
These are the questions we're asking. Unsure at every turn, there's even an answer for them. How can you go to a loving relationship when you didn't experience love as a child? What does love look like?
The answers aren't found out in the world. They are found within. To experience a good father seems impossible. Yet they hear friends speak of having them. A good, good father is exactly what they need. The experience is life-changing.