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The book honors the lives of Marilyn, Mariuca and all of the courageous women who have broken free from the undue influence of a high-control pseudo-religious group or a destructive relationship. In Mariuca and Marilyn’s case, it was Jehovah’s Witnesses who were the abusers. An aberrant-Christian group whose leaders treat women as second-class citizens and “quote mine the Bible” to support their discriminatory policies. Mariuca and Marilyn’s stories are about second-generation Jehovah’s Witnesses, and how girls are unduly influenced. Breaking free from black and white thinking, misinformation, loaded language, guilt and induced phobias is not easy. But stories of women reclaiming their authentic identity and finding meaning and happiness in their lives after living many years in an abusive relationship should inspire all of us who believe in the fundamental human rights for all human beings.
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Richard E. Kelly is a retired CEO of an international manufacturing company located in west Michigan that was known for its continuous improvement culture. He is the author of Growing Up in Mama’s Club and The Ghosts from Mama’s Club, and he is the managing director of Advocates for Awareness of Watchtower Abuses (aawa.co). He is also one of the founding members of Open Minds Foundation (openmindsfoundation.org), an international non-profit organization that educates people about the prevalence and danger of undue influence.
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Book Description Richard Kelly, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0979509467