"Hiding from Reality" is doing its job: to take domestic abuse out of the shadows and shine the light of awareness on this national tragedy," Taylor says of the news. "I wrote the book to show victims a way forward and the courage to take the first steps out of their own nightmares." She tells The Boston Herald. "I think the most scary thing for women is not feeling as though they can take care of themselves when they leave. And for me that was my biggest fear all along… I get through every day. And every month I pay my bills and Kennedy goes to school and all those things I feared really aren't that scary. I want women to see through my journey that you can leave, you can succeed."Bravo writes that next up is a national speaking tour where she'll visit women's shelters, as well as colleges and universities and corporate work places.
The Dish - Taylor Armstrong Lands on The New York Times Bestseller List
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