Emotional Author Reading on Abuse

There’s that old saying, “You need to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes before you can know what they know”, or something like that.
Listening to the reading from the book Crazy Love is like putting on a pair of shoes; the author’s shoes. A cautionary tale that, I think, all women, all spouses, should read.
Love can make you crazy. It can make you accept things you know in your heart are wrong. When someone you love starts to abuse you where do you go for comfort? Is there any comfort for you?
I recommend sharing this video with anyone you think is being abused. They are not alone. YOU are not alone.
This video is important. This book is heart-wrenching and necessary.

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