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I Loved a Paedophile - The Seduction, Abduction and Liberation of a Life (English Edition) di [Turner, Lisa]
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When Lisa Turner was 12 ½ she met her music teacher for the first time. He spent over 2 years seducing and grooming her. At the age of 15 he abducted her and kept her as a house prisoner for 5 years until she finally managed to escape when she was 20.

This is her personal story of her experiences. But unlike many of the “misery lit” books this is a more considered account. Rather than labelling herself as a victim or survivor, and her abuser as a monster, she explains the complexities of how such a situation could come about.

Please note this book contains detailed descriptions of a sexual nature. She’s being very intimate and baring all.

The book answers all the most common questions that she gets asked. Questions like:

The seduction: How did it start? What was the attraction? Did your friends, parents, teachers know? When did you first start having sex? How do paedophiles groom their victims? How can you spot if your child is being groomed by a paedophile?

The abduction: How did he get you from your home in Australia to London? How did he keep you locked up? What was your daily life like? What did your teachers think? What was his hold over you? Why didn’t you leave? How often did he rape you?

The liberation: How did you get out? What happened when you left? What happened after you left? Did you ever see him again? How did it affect you? How did you recover? How did you learn to forgive? How did you turn your life around?

There are three levels on which you can read this book:
1.Just enjoy the story. The extraordinary events themselves make a riveting read.
2.Gain understanding into how paedophiles groom and manipulate their victims and into abusive relationships and why it is so very hard for the victims to leave.
3.Read it to heal your own past trauma.

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4.0 su 5 stelle Memoir of a survivor 23 dicembre 2013
Di Heather Marsten - Pubblicato su
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Dr. Lisa Turner shares her story of surviving the emotional and sexual abuse of an older man (a teacher) who preyed on a fourteen year old child. For the years she submitted to this abuse, he convinced her that her parents did not love her and groomed her for sex. She learned to be hyper vigilant at this abuser's moods and desires. In the process she lost herself for many years. This is a memoir written from the point of one who has found her way to being healed. She shares how her abuser groomed her for abuse, showed how she finally gained her freedom. She also shares how some systems for healing of abuse do not work, while others offered some release. Throughout the last part of this memoir, the author offers resources based on the techniques she felt worked for her and gives links that the reader can explore.

One of the challenges of reading this book for me is the sex is described in an extremely graphic way. I realize that this may be the author's way of dealing with her past, but it is uncomfortable. I grew up with sexual abuse from my father and prefer not to remember it so graphically. I am grateful she found her way to healing, and was impressed that she found that one key to healing is forgiveness. I think there are other methods to find healing. For me, my healing came through faith in God. I am not sure the new-age techniques would work for me. Still, each person needs to discover their way to healing.

If she resubmits this book, I would suggest correcting some of the typos that show up (more in the last half than the first half) of the memoir. I thank Lisa for sharing from her heart and (in my terminology) turning what satan meant for harm into something good. I am always gratified that someone who has survived and healed from abuse uses what they have experienced to help others.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Excellent empowering book for understanding and healing from destructive relationships 26 marzo 2015
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The title of this book made me really curious--how exactly does a pedophile go about luring a victim? Although I expected this book to only be relevant for situations involving pedophiles, I was really surprised by how applicable it was to my mom's personal experience being married to my dad and also in understanding how and why my dad treated has treated me and my sister the way he has (my sister and I no longer have contact with him). Although my dad isn't a pedophile, he displayed very similar characteristics as Gary and used remarkably similar tactics to control my mom (taking all her income, interacting with her in a way that implied she could never be as smart as him, making everything her fault, emotionally blackmailing her when she threatened to leave him). Even though my mom divorced my dad over a decade ago, my sister and I both experienced very negative repercussions because of how he treated us. I was shocked to find out only about a year and a half ago, for example, that my dad somehow got my sister to believe that the divorce was all her fault. I am so happy to have read this book because it helps me understand how my dad was able to do this and why my sister never said anything about this to anyone. She carried this heavy guilt on her shoulders for so long and it was truly destroying her (drugs, destructive relationships, etc.). My dad treated me differently because I never accepted his crap so he retaliated by always sending subtle messages about how stupid I was and that it was impossible for me to ever be as smart as him (and it negatively affected me, making me feel incredibly frustrated, angry, and under-confident). Over the past two years we as a family (excluding my dad) have healed tremendously together, in large part because of a spiritual healer who works in a very similar vein as the author. I love the fact that the author questions why she became involved with a pedophile in the first place and refuses to be a victim. I always feel VERY uncomfortable when someone tries to tell me that I have been a victim of something because this was a tactic my dad would use to let me know I could never be as smart as him (apparently I was a 'victim' of a poor educational system whereas as he supposedly came from a great educational system in Europe). Anyhow, this book is excellent for making sense of any dysfunctional relationship and moving past the 'victim' stage. It helped me make even more sense of a personal situation I thought I had already totally figured out. I would highly highly recommend this book to anyone, especially those struggling to overcome difficult past relationships.
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3.0 su 5 stelle Interesting read, needs editing 29 marzo 2014
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I thank the author for writing this book as I am sure it will be helpful to many readers. The flow of the book is not consistent from beginning to end. Also, there is the need for some serious editing. The book reveals how someone may end up in a pathological relationship and not even be aware that it is happening. I agree with the other reviews that you have to really question her family's action. I wonder if they felt that they would lose their daughter if they exercised their parental rights. I do feel this issue should be addressed. I cannot believe that the family was so naive. It is a parent's responsibility to protect their child. They could have prevented this significant psychological abuse from occurring.
I wish Dr. Turner the best and I am happy that she has been able to escape the abuse and recover. As we all know, recovery is a lifelong journey.
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4.0 su 5 stelle Understanding the loyalty of the abused 23 gennaio 2014
Di LVJ - Pubblicato su
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As a counselor, it has always been challenging for me to understand the mind of the abused person who is seduced into the relationship and does not cry out for help and get out. This book really helped me see inside the brainwashed, abused person. I do feel the author let her parents off far too easy, and if she had addressed that issue, it could have been an even more effective book in serving as a cautionary tale against parental complacency. When your child is young teen going to live with a far older man in another country, you don't buy her the airline ticket and send her on her merry way. She may rage at you and hate you, but it is your job to protect her from herself.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Honest and Insightful 14 luglio 2013
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This book provided wonderful insight into what one woman experienced at the hands of a child molester. I'll divide this up into a pros and cons list.

1. She was brutally honest - she actually "wanted" her teacher when he first came onto her. And this is plausible as teenage girls often see older males (i.e., men in their 20s) as "hot", etc... Kind of reminds me of teen boys who see their 20-something teachers as being hot.
2. She shows methods by which child molesters groom their victims.
3. She shows how abusive relationships start off as being wonderful, but then they slowly evolve into horrific abusive situations.
4. She shows how she eventually learned that how she was being treated wasn't right - and how she broke free.
5. I was fully engaged throughout the book.

1. Extremely graphic sex "scenes" between her and her child molester. She did NOT have to be that graphic. I don't know what her point and purpose in being so graphic was. This could be a turn off for many potential readers. I had to keep reminding myself that this was a 14 year old girl that was being molested.
2. The writing was not as professional as normal books - but you have to remember that this was self-published (not a professional book by one of the big publishing companies). Still, I thought she did a great job. A little choppy but that's about it.

The one thing that didn't make sense for me is that Gary kept telling her how her parents didn't love her, and it seems as though she eventually discovered that he was lying and that they really did love her. The thing that bothered me so much was that although her parents did love her - they didn't know HOW to love her. Her parents allowed her to run off with a child molester. No parent in their right mind would allow that. They didn't just allow it, but they PAID him. Lisa seems to think that it was her pleading and begging to go off with Gary that made her parents agreeable to it. Parents who know how to properly love their children would never have allowed it - even with begging and pleading. There was no adult resolution in this book regarding this issue. Lisa never says if, as an adult, she ever confronted her parents about this. She never says how she now feels about what her parents did, etc... It's a parent's job (and only job) to protect their precious children - and her parents failed miserably and even enabled the child molestation.
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