My Story: Chapter Four

What It’s Like to Live in Hiding

Learning to live in a shelter

A woman hiding at the end of a hallway lit from behind
Photo by ammar sabaa on Unsplash

When I returned to the shelter I settled into a daily routine of wake, make breakfast, homeschool with the kids, lunch, rest, talk to the other women, work on my to-do list and just survive sharing one room with all my kids. We were fortunate that we didn’t have to share our room with anyone…

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Julia Freeman, an anonymous survivor

Julia Freeman, an anonymous survivor

I write from my experience of being raised by a narcissist and being married to an abusive narc for over 20 years. Learningtolivefree.me