Cult victims and those who have experienced abusive relationships often
suffer from anxiety, fear, confusion, low self-esteem, and post-traumatic
Take Back Your Life explains:
- the seductive draw that leads people into such situations
- provides insightful information for assessing what happened
- hands-on tools and tips for getting back on track.
Stanford University Professor Psychology Philip G. Zimbardo said, “This book is must reading for everyone who wants to understand the powerful appeal that cults have for so many ordinary people, using so many disguises, with so many subtle tactics. This book’s wisdom is vital for us all.”
Eugene Methvin, senior editor for Reader’s Digest said, “I wish every cult member, and every family of a cult member, struggling to free herself from the trauma of membership in a destructive relationship could read Take Back Your Life. It offers the powerful healing medicine of understanding.”