There You Are-A Haunting Memoir Of Family Abuse

There's nothing worse in this world than to be unwanted and unloved by one's parents except to be scourged, humiliated and hurled into a darkness damning our years from the very beginning.
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“There’s nothing worse in this world than to be unwanted and unloved by one’s parents except to be scourged, humiliated and hurled into a darkness damning our years from the very beginning. I mean, even Frankenstein yearned for the kindness and acceptance of his maker, at least in the tale I’ve been told. I suppose if I had to liken myself to any infamous character, it would be precisely that pitiful tormented creature strewn together out of madness given to breathe life a hideously doomed disappointment; shunned and abused by his creator.”

Born into a brood of depraved children wherein darkness and despair is the one certainty in a life without sunshine, young Mary abides to her childish faith in God to steal her away from evil abuses of her insane father and sadistic mother.

Being the family historian I came across this book by a Google search. I had no idea what I was about to read. The lines in this book are so well written I felt like I was living it. My heart broke for these family members. Parts of the book had me in tears. Now I know why I never had a relationship with these cousins. I'm praying for healing and new opportunities for all parties involved. God bless

-- Jesse D.

Laila M. Ireland (Author)

There You Are is a haunting memoir recounting the horrific years of her childhood wherein deprivation, abuse and evil reined in a household of madness. Desperate to be loved by the deranged parents whose torture banished her to the blackness beneath their forbidden home; it was there, buried alive in the darkness that she found comfort in the arms of her savior, Jesus Christ. Now, after some forty years and having been visited again by God who has healed her from stage 4 metastatic lung cancer which spread to the brain, Laila writes to unearth the sordid sins that banished her from the world while testifying of the miracle truth that Jesus Christ is Lord and has risen.

There's nothing worse in this world than to be unwanted and unloved by one's parents except to be scourged, humiliated and hurled into a darkness damning our years from the very beginning.

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