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eBook Psycho Girl download

by Shawna Savage

eBook Psycho Girl download ISBN: 1617393584
Author: Shawna Savage
Publisher: Tate Publishing (February 15, 2011)
Language: English
ePub: 1735 kb
Fb2: 1348 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Self-Help
Subcategory: Abuse

About Shawna Savage: Through many toxic relationships, Shawna was the victim of severaltypes of abusefrom . In Psycho Girl, author Shawna Savage confronts these and other questions

About Shawna Savage: Through many toxic relationships, Shawna was the victim of severaltypes of abusefrom verbal assaults to pure, physical torture  . In Psycho Girl, author Shawna Savage confronts these and other questions. She encourages readers to trust God through new thought enlightenment by explaining how we are a collective soul or energy. Once you have been enlightened and realize you are not alone, youll finally be able to free yourself from the abusive demons that surround us.

Psycho Girl by Shawna Savage is truly a heartfelt eye opening story. I found my emotions were on a roller coaster from the first page to last. There's a lot in this book I think every woman can relate to at some point or another. Through many toxic relationships, Shawna was the victim of several types of abusefrom verbal assaults to pure, physical torture.

In Psycho Girl, author Shawna Savage confronts these and other questions. Once you have been enlightened and realize you are not alone, you'll finally be able to free yourself from the abusive demons that surround u. .

Through many toxic relationships,Shawna was the victim of several types of abuse. Her courageous recounting of these experiences opens the door to healing.

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That's when he grabbed me by my arm and dragged me down the hall into the bedroom. He threw me into a chair, where I remained for the next six hours. Dino raged, intimidated, brow beat, degraded me, and withheld food and water. With tears rolling down my face, emotionally exhausted, and fearful for the safety of my children and myself, I reluctantly agreed and was released. He smiled and said, 'See. Be a good girl, and life will be much, much easier for you when you learn to be a good girl.' Through many toxic relationships, Shawna was the victim of several types of abusefrom verbal assaults to pure, physical torture. Her courageous recounting of these and other experiences opens the door for ultimate healing from the those that may call you Psycho Girl. Why me? Why anyone? How do I free myself from abuse? In Psycho Girl, author Shawna Savage confronts these and other questions. She encourages readers to trust God through new thought enlightenment by explaining how we are a collective soul or energy. Once you have been enlightened and realize you are not alone, you'll finally be able to free yourself from the abusive demons that surround us.
Comments: (7)
Wanenai
Shawna Savage tells the backwards tale of how society finds it acceptable for a man to show his rage while an angry woman is seen as nothing more than a "psycho girl." In this novel, the author blatantly states that she will not accept the label for herself. through a myriad of bad relationships past, Shawna describes her own personal growth with her kids aa her motivation to change her life. Able to find beauty even in the midst of a cold, lonely, desperate, Michigan winter, Shawna's tale shines brightly and is uniquely honest. Her voice is strong and she does not hold back or hide from the reader. She boldly addresses things a lot of women wish they could say but don't dare. Shawna puts the blame where it belongs...not only on her abuser(s), but she also accepts responsibility for her own choices. She further goes on to repeatedly ask the question "why me?" and as opposed to giving the reader a broken heroin which cries in a Scarlett O'Hara "woe is me" type of way, Shawna shows herself as a Viking of sorts, waring her way through atrocities, accepting responsibility for the things she should and making no excuses for the rest. This is the story of a bold, talented, beautiful woman who was almost hidden away from the world had she not been strong enough to follow her dream and tell her story. It is truly inspirational. This is an easy read and it reminds us as women that we have so much more of a cross to bear than we let the world see. Kudos to Shawna for climbing through the mud and coming out on the other side clean.
Malanim
I would recommend this book to any of my female friends that have been in an abusive relationship. i chose the rating because this book is very well written and very much allows the reader to know the author
Mataxe
There are some aspects of the book that were entertaining and even frustrating, any book that can cause true emotions of any sort is usually considered good in my mind. Although this book mostly was a whiny woman going on and on about how she continuously allowed herself to be in abusive relationships. Any woman with a good head on her shoulders would learn after the first abusive relationship to not let it happen again, let alone numerous times and then write a book about it and expect what? That the readers are going to feel bad for you?? NO! Learn from your mistakes and move on, stop placing blame on everyone/everything else and take responsibility for your life.
Araath
I've just finished reading my copy of "Psycho Girl: Overcoming Abuse Through Positive Spirituality" and I highly recommend it. The book's ultimate message to women who are feeling helpless, hopeless, and lost is this: You are not alone! Author Shawna Savage has stepped in-between the books covers and walks us through the pages of her life while dealing with spousal and relationship abuse. Her personal experiences will serve to educate and enlighten those who may be suffering from abuse and to help them to find their way out of the darkness.

The book is very moving and emotional, and even at times--funny. It captures the essence of what it was like for her to live as a physically and verbally abused woman. Shawna's story begins with her as a young girl: as it unfolds, it takes us through her journey of ignoring vital signs and red flags that were warning signals of potential abuse. These warning signs are often overlooked or ignored because it's just too difficult to believe that the person you love could do and say such horrific things and act out so violently against you.

Shawna's book ends with hope, healing, and a bright future. She put an end to over twenty-years of abuse by realizing that every relationship that ended badly was not, after all, her fault as she was repeatedly made to believe. She learned that she, and no one else, had complete power over her life. She learned that she had a voice--a voice that would no longer remain silent. Now Shawna wants to share that voice through her book in the hopes of ending violence against women.

It's about time a book such as this was written. Well done, Shawna. Well done.