A woman confronts her childhood abuser, with the loving support of her attentive protective husband. Yet over time as that woman speaks about her abuse, and writes about it, that husband becomes increasingly uncomfortable. What to do when support isn’t quite support. Stay silent out of love for the other? Or go and tell one’s story? A fresh take on the outcome of trusting our loved ones with our truths.
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