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Tarra Judson Stariell

Tarra Judson Stariell's journey from a child lost amidst the angst of her parents to a vulnerable young woman preyed upon by a psychopath only to become a healed and functional counselor of others is as compelling as it is amazing. Born and raised on a southern California ranch, Tarra joined the Peace Corps in the turbulent 70's, immersing herself in the culture of the South American country she was serving. Embracing the mysticism of her constituents, Tarra believed she received a message that "life as we know it on planet earth will not continue if humans do not change the way they live." The message also instructed her to return home and fulfill what she thought was her “mission” - to spread that message and save the world. Falling prey to a man who agreed to help her do so, she spent the next decade and more as an abused woman, controlled by his illness and her own disassociation from reality, leaving and returning to him in a textbook-case manner. How she found the strength to extricate herself, to heal, and ultimately help others is at once compelling and horrifying, frightening and inspirational. Tarra has now returned to southern California where she assists others to find peace, harmony, and fulfillment in their lives.
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