That’s when he grabbed me by my arm and dragged me down
the hall into the bedroom. He threw me into a chair, where I
remained for the next six hours. Dino raged, intimidated, brow
beat, degraded me, and withheld food and water. With tears
rolling down my face, emotionally exhausted, and fearful for
the safety of my children and myself, I reluctantly agreed and
was released. He smiled and said,
“See. Be a good girl, and life will be much,
much easier for you when you learn to be a good girl.”
Through many toxic relationships, Shawna was the victim of several
types of abuse—from verbal assaults to pure, physical torture. Her
courageous recounting of these and other experiences opens the door
for ultimate healing from the those that may call you Psycho Girl.
Why me? Why anyone?
How do I free myself from abuse?
In Psycho Girl, author Shawna Savage confronts these and other
questions. She encourages readers to trust God through new
thought enlightenment by explaining how we are a collective soul
or energy. Once you have been enlightened and realize you are
not alone, you’ll finally be able to free yourself from the abusive
demons that surround us.