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In 1987, Sara Niles fled for her life from a violent abuser with her five young children in tow, this the story of their journey of survival.
"She made thirty suicide attempts before the age of thirty. Some unseen and unknown inner turmoil, created a war within her: a chaotic war that she felt she could not win, but wasn’t sure she wanted to lose"
“I wrote The Journey, the intimate and revealing story of our lives, not to shame anyone, or to hurt feelings, but to enlighten, and to awaken and provide a call to action to many of the individuals who are a parent, child, or partner, in at least one relationship that has elements of dysfunction and discord. Someone has to label dysfunction where it starts and put an end to it once and for all.”
“When the dark night ended, a new day dawned for us when my children were still small, and the new day was as long as the long night had been, and in some ways, just as frightening”
“Once we lose trust in ‘who we are’ and what we believe in, we are exposed to the wolves of doubt and despair, and are in mortal jeopardy “
“Our flight to freedom and safety was filled with a calm suppressed terror in the children and I, the type terror you have when you are used to living with danger”
The journey tells the story of the Niles family saga