Little Girl Lost

WARNING This journal may be triggering to some readers Proceed with your own discretion This journal depicts scenes of an adult nature, specifically recollections of sexual and physical trauma, as well as heavy drug abuse.The story that follows is a true account of one woman s experiences with abandonment, physical and emotional abuse, incest, rape, domestic violence, aWARNING This journal may be triggering to some readers Proceed with your own discretion This journal depicts scenes of an adult nature, specifically recollections of sexual and physical trauma, as well as heavy drug abuse.The story that follows is a true account of one woman s experiences with abandonment, physical and emotional abuse, incest, rape, domestic violence, and drug addiction The emotional scars still linger, and she struggles with her demons as she searches for a way to get through each day.This is her journal.
Little Girl Lost WARNING This journal may be triggering to some readers Proceed with your own discretion This journal depicts scenes of an adult nature specifically recollections of sexual and physical trauma as wel

  • Title: Little Girl Lost
  • Author: Anonymous
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Little Girl Lost”

    1. Very heart breaking to readVery sad story about a very abused child, read with caution. I was touched by the authors truthfulness, a story of a lost child

    2. This book was pretty hard to put down. A part of me wanted to "unsee" much of what is described because the abuse is recalled in vivid detail, in a voice that conveys the wound that has yet to heal. The emotion is raw, and the author speaks bluntly using colorful language that reveals so much truth. Life really can be that cruel! I'm left wondering how the author of this book is doing? I won't reveal any spoilers, but there is no pat answer, no rainbow, no sentimental gift of hope. It's not a bo [...]

    3. This ebook is very thought provoking and heartwrenching. It is written as a series of journal entries that the author's therapist suggests she do. You are able to feel the pain the author is going through by the way she writes. Her journal entries begin with the abuse she suffers as a child and continues to follow her life and all the pain she continued to endure. I would recommend this book for anyone who wants to just how cruel life can be.

    4. I feel like the author of the epilogue and updates is the author of the book. That "my friend is sad, she doesn't know what to do" sounds suspicious. The story had a good point but the author was annoying, blaming her lack of everything on her mother. I'm not saying I didn't feel bad, or that I understand what incestuous rape does to a person, but she knew she was terrible and did it anyway.

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