• Pain Unseen

  • The Truths That Lie Beneath My Strength
  • By: Casey Richardson
  • Narrated by: Diana Brown
  • Length: 5 hrs and 38 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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When Casey fled her home to move 2,700 miles away at a moment's notice, she thought that she was escaping the trauma of her circumstance. She quickly crafted a new life - new job, new friends, new city, new adventures. What she didn't anticipate was being haunted by scars that were much older than the life that she had left. Journey with the writer a she peels back the fragile layers of her life; layers that she had not previously given voice to...until she was left with no other choice but to call them out.

©2020 Casey Richardson (P)2020 Casey Richardson

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A beautiful, strong, black woman

Casey's life story is well worth reading. She survived domestic violence and a difficult childhood. But I like how she tells her story; it is a postive tone, not one that leaves the reader feeling weighed down and depressed. She is courageous, a fighter, and someone deserving of love. I hope her story will help other women, or men, to see that they are valuable even when others are oppressing them.

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