Travails of a Trafficked Victim Pt2
Travails of a Trafficked Victim
This is the continuation of my book, IMPRISONED: The Travails of a Trafficked Victim. I have decided to make this title part two.
The reason I have decided to modify this chapter is because hub page see it as duplicate because I have the same chapter for preview on my website.
In summary, the chapter tells the hopelessness I felt as a victim of human trafficking. I was depressed. As a result, I could no longer recognize myself in the mirror. In fact, I thought that I was going to pass away.
Excerpt: "I thought two things could happen; it was either deportation or death. I could feel death; I was just a walking corpse."
"Whenever I looked in the mirror, I saw an old strange woman starring back at me, someone I had never met in my life. I touched my face and asked:
“Who is this?”
But I never got an answer of who that was.
I would like to say here that shelter advocates are commendable and very assuring. They are always ready to give all the necessary support. They seem to know exactly what is going on with a victim.
You could read this chapter on my website if you click on this link. http://www.bukolabraiding.com/Bookpreview.html
To be continued...
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