What do you want to ‘Break Free‘ from?
|Thomas Roberts (@ThomasARoberts)|
I waited over 20 years to report my sexual abuser.
Because I was 14.
Because it was my hero.
Because it was my priest.
Because I thought I’d be expelled.
Because I feared no one would believe me.
Because I thought suicide was easier than telling 1 person
- ‘Break Free’ from addiction
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