Trigger Warning: On today’s episode, we are talking to author K.L. Randis about her experience of child sexual abuse, domestic violence, and going through the process of prosecuting her abuser…her father. Please proceed at your own discretion if you think any of these subjects may be exceptionally difficult for you to hear at this time. It’s ok to wait to listen. Heck, a few years ago, we wouldn’t have been able to record this interview, so please take care of yourselves and honor where you are now.
That being said, we welcome the bestselling author of Spilled Milk, K.L. Randis, to the show today. Kelly penned the novel, Spilled Milk, based on her real-life experience of abuse at the hands of her father.
Kelly shares her pivotal moment of realization that her family situation wasn’t ok and wasn’t typical; this moment was her tipping point to healing and getting help. She is one of the few who went through the process of prosecuting her abuser after being given a safe space to speak of her abuse and to be heard and believed.
This is a tough, but necessary, discussion of how we can help create those safe conditions within our own families.
Mentioned in this episode:
- Spilled Milk by K.L. Randis
- Pillbillies by K.L. Randis
- K.L. Randis on Facebook
- A Child Called It: One Child’s Courage to Survive by Dave Pelzer
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How can we, as members of society and our communities, help cultivate safe environments for kids to speak up and share if they are being abused? Share your thoughts in the Comments below.
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