TRURO, England – This is a life real story of AKA Aletheia Rose, (meaning -Truth Rose) who used to severely suffer from Depression, Anxiety, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Abused as a child, to later be raped, homeless almost became a victim of being trafficked to Holland’s Red Light District all before sixteen years old, to then be trapped in long-term domestic violence relationship, and be financially controlled for years. The fear and insecurities she suffered were insurmountable. In her book titled “Time's Up: Shining a Light on Darkness” (published by Xlibris UK), this book also highlights other world abuse cases and violations.
“In this book, I speak of my experiences with the traumas I endured — when I was so browbeaten and abused that I had thought- I could not go on any longer. I was agoraphobic and scared of people, and I could not leave my house through the stress it caused. But I recognized that I needed to turn my life around. I turned to God to show me how I could go on,” A- Rose says.
The book serves as an awareness guide to support victims or survivors from abuse. It provides an insight into many types of abuses, and how these traumas affect a person’s mental health, over time. A- Rose speaks about her feelings and how these abuses occurred, and what it is like to be a survivor, also how she was able to turn her life around by being empowered.
Here are some helpful methods for recovery and a legal overview of human rights Acts to bring greater awareness to your legal rights. There is an interesting, and easy to understand look at how the brain functions in response to repetitive stress and fear, and how this fundamentally affects behavior, thinking, and motivation. There are also guides to potentially help too; identify certain behavior traits of predators. A- Rose