Susie Bright's memoir of her life as an abused child coming of age in the 70's is riveting. Her memories of being raised by a mentally ill mother who physically and emotionally abused her was poignant and, at times, heartbreaking. Inspite of the pain, Susie has accomplished more in her life than most of us have ever dreamed of. Maybe the pain in her formative years is the reason she has spent her adult life fighting for the rights of those who live outside the acceptance of mainstream society. Her life and her story are inspirational.
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Mind you, I've only been a subscriber for a couple of months, and all the shows I've listened to have been great, but this was is even greater than usual. If you ever feel like going to a two-host format, here's the guy, Nick Baker! Loved the Mailbag banter, especially. The whole mailbag appeal is voyeuristic appeal of other people's Soap Operas and there is a whole other level of enjoyment when you're discussing the Soap Opera de jour with someone who I can voyeuristically imagine is me.
Anyway, keep up the good work!