Monday, May 4, 2015

Silent Pain: An Abused Girl's Struggles Through Hell (Book review)

Heather has given me a ticket to ride on a time machine and has made me witness first hand all her pains and struggles.  Her descriptions were very vivid and I felt helpless when I could not help her.  I am just a few years older than Heather, so probably I would have been helpless too.  Thank goodness, even with all the monstrosities that happened to her, done to her by different perpetrators, she still has a very good view in life and she has forgiven the culprits.

Things like what happened to Heather and her sister, Tamara, are very real as real could be.  I am very fortunate because my father protects and so do most of my uncles, but their experiences are still close to home because people I know have experienced these things.  Their perpetrators have crossed over already, and unlike Heather, they could not forgive their abusers.

Take a ride in Heather's time machine and I am sure that even if you would shudder and feel the different levels of pain, you too, will triumph as she triumphs.

Nerisa G. Cabral's Bukas Luluhod Ang Mga Tala (1984) Parental Guidance

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