Get Out! Save Your Life: I Did!

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BalboaPress, May 4, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 164 pages
This is a true story about my life experiences and the years of circumstances that went beyond my control and the abuse I have suffered starting at age 3. I was abused by my father as a child and then by my husband as an adult. My marriage of abuse lasted 18 years. I am a survivor, not a statistic. This book is full of the truth. It takes you through the tragic and triumphant moments and the struggles I've lived through. I tell of my addiction that was forced upon me by my abuser and the trauma that caused my Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome. Through it all there was one constant, my faith. My belief that God has a better plan for me is what kept me going.
 

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Contents

A New Beginning Chapter 2
8
Falling For A Lie Chapter 3
15
Losing Myself Chapter 4
26
Stabbed and Abandoned Chapter 5
36
Back Together Chapter 6
44
My Rights Violated Chapter 7
56
Feeling Like A Machine Chapter 8
66
Chapter 9
77
Held Against My Will Chapter 11
87
The Final Year With Steven Chapter 12
100
Getting Out Chapter 13
109
On My Own Chapter 14
122
Rebuilding My Life Chapter 15
130
The One Chapter 16
136
Summary
147
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About the author (2011)

Tami Keele is a survivor of a lifetime of abuse. Starting with abuse as a child by her father, it continued on in an eighteen-year marriage of abuse both physical and emotional. She has gone on to heal herself and now works to heal others through her psychic abilities and her connection to the meta-physical world. She uses the gifts the universe has bestowed upon her to embrace others with love, guidance, and honesty. She is guided by angels and interprets their messages to help others as she continues to help herself. Her faith carried her through every interruption in her life and continues on to this day and forever. Most of all, she teaches people to love themselves more and more every day.

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