I Loved a Paedophile - The Seduction Abduction and Liberation

I Loved a Paedophile The Seduction Abduction and Liberation When Lisa Turner was she met her music teacher for the first time He spent over years seducing and grooming her At the age of he abducted her and kept her as a house prisoner for years until

  • Title: I Loved a Paedophile - The Seduction Abduction and Liberation
  • Author: Lisa Turner
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 311
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When Lisa Turner was 12she 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 considered account RWhen Lisa Turner was 12 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 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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    641 thoughts on “I Loved a Paedophile - The Seduction Abduction and Liberation

    • Does this topic make you squirm? I hope so. The author bares her past and progress to the present to bring us to an understanding of the powerful complexities of a story that is far too common. Instead of merely talking 'about' what happened to Lisa Turner, we glimpse on a moment-by-moment basis what actually happened to her -- a sad and life-altering sequence of events! Why is this level of detail so important? Wake up, everyone! The impostor seducer could have been YOUR teacher. Lisa could hav [...]


    • This is an amazing true life story and one that I think everyone should read. Dr Lisa Turner shares her experience from her perspective - and makes no judgement on the other players in this story. Very enlightening and worthwhile read. Thank you Lisa!


    • This book is more of a 3.5 than a 4, but I rounded up. I read this book because I'm a criminal defense attorney and I've handled many cases where the defendant was excused of a sexual crime against a young victim. They're difficult cases. I saw that this book was by a child victim and wanted to get her perspective.This is a compelling read, even though it could have benefited from a more thorough editing (some grammatical/spelling errors, minor things but they kind of jump out at you - or at lea [...]


    • As a child, Lisa was groomed and then abused by her male music teacher. She was to spend five years living with him, under his psychological control. We hear about paedophiles in the media, and how people in positions of power abuse that trust. Rarely do we get a sense of the full story behind the headlines. This is a frank and honest account about what happened to Lisa. It is also a story of hope, as Lisa has a happy life now with her husband. Recommended


    • A very interesting look at the author's journey through an arrested childhood. The journey is fascinating, but the book is, unfortunately, lacking in that capturing spirit of her trials. Starting with terrible grammar / spelling / proofing errors, which though they don't diminish her story, do detract from the reading of it. Her perspective is always filtered through the lens of forgiveness, which though great for the author and what she brings to others in the situation, leaves the reader very [...]


    • The first 75-80% of this book is a first hand account of a girl who spent 5 years (from age 14-19) in an abusive relationship with a man who was 14 years older than her. It is a very powerful, moving story. It's interesting to see how her mind worked, and I think she is a truly unique case. I don't think the story will work for most victims of pedophilia, I'm not sure it will ring true to most victims of kidnapping either. It is an interesting, unique story. The last 20-25% of the book feels lik [...]


    • This was an interesting story of a young girl in a mentally, emotionally and financially abusive relationship with her teacher, a man 13 years her senior.She recounts their time together in great detail and doesn't blame him, but instead describes how she blamed herself for the entirety of their relationship, which is why she stayed.The last 20% or so, she explains how she got over this traumatic situation. It's very meh by this point, because she keeps referencing her website. I liked that she [...]


    • The overall telling on her story was interesting. I had a really hard time relating to how her parents let her live with her abuser starting at age 15. I understand that they are very liberal people, but I can't see how any parent would be okay with letting their daughter move across the globe to live a man twice her age, no matter how much she begged. I did learn a few things about what to look for concerning abusive habits in others, but I had a hard time with the last half of the book. It fel [...]


    • Unnecessarily graphic in odd places. A decent reflection on an abusive relationship (the paedophilia is marginal but arguable). Some of the author's observations and conclusions are of interest (to this survivor of an abusive relationship), while some other conclusions are more than a little suspect. I want to respect the author, but more than a few statements near the end lessened the - what am I looking for here? strength? validity? trustworthiness? authority? yes - authority of the entire boo [...]


    • EhhhI loved the story and feeling like I was experiencing her pain but she lost me at the end with the psychic stuff.


    • The author does a good job explaining her attraction and her relationship with her teacher. She goes into extreme detail explaining the physical and emotional entanglement. However, this book makes me angry. She keeps yearning for another adult who would become involved in her life and tell her to stop this sick relationship. It is a natural feeling, yet her parents never intervene. They do not question or step in to protect her and help her. I find it interesting that she can never view her par [...]


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