Broken Daughters

Picking up the shattered glass of fundamentalism

18 thoughts on “Get to know me: My life story

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  2. Please finish this, your writing is fantastic and your story is heart wrenching

  3. Yes, please do!!! I cannot wait to see what happens next.

  4. I am dying to hear the end of this story! Please finish as soon as time allows. Your writing is simply amazing. You could be a novelist!

  5. I just discovered your life stories and am intrigued. It has been over two years since your last Part. I sincerely hope it is because your life has been so busy with all the good things it has to offer you and not anything distressful.

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  7. C’mon girl! I gotta hear the rest of your tale!

  8. I’m waiting for the next installment, too! Please write it when you are able. I am subscribing to your blog.

  9. I’ve been checking everyday to see if you’ve written more. Your blog keeps me hooked all day. Your writing is so amazing you could be a novelist. I’d buy your books for sure.
    Do write when you can. Hugs to you for being brave and coming this far.

  10. Please finish this story!

  11. Just found your blog today, & read through all 19 installments. PLEASE finish this! I’m on pins & needles!

    • I know, right? Me too. Especially since she is such an eloquent writer. It says elsewhere in one of her comments that she wasn’t prepared to write what happened next because she didn’t want to face it. It must have been very hurtful for her. I hope she finds the strength to finish, her story is very inspiring.

  12. I am waiting too!

  13. I cried reading part 19 … that’s such an impossible situation, such a terribly impossible situation to comprehend. It’s one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to read, and not because it wasn’t well written (or because I ascribed blame to you or he). Neither you nor Harry had a fair shot at happiness. I know you regret what you did, but as I was reading it hit me that you were just so desperately trying to live the life you’d been brought up in … to prove that you weren’t inherently evil, and that you were worthy of love. Being honest with Harry is the best thing that you could have done in that situation. I haven’t caught up on the rest of your blog yet, but I just hope that you’re in a better place, and that he is too.

    You both sound like smart, kind people.

    I don’t know. I just wanted to comment and tell you how sorry I am that you both had to go through that, and how much I admire you for being strong enough to not accept the easy way out.

  14. Part 20 has been reposted! (March 14 2015)

  15. I wonder if that’s supposed to be part 22, going to read it now. As part 20 and 21 are already there, but not linked on this page. Lisa is so brave and inspirational to write this.

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