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Kimberly Plante is currently an associate director of respiratory therapy at a children's hospital in Boston. She has completed many levels of education, including a master’s degree in healthcare administration. Because she loves bedside patient care, she also works part time as a respiratory therapist in Fall River, Massachusetts. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, taking her three dogs for long walks, and spending time with her family.
Kimberly is just three years old and living peacefully with her grandmother in Connecticut, when her mother unexpectedly appears and turns her world upside down. Kimberly quickly realizes that life with her mother is going to be very different than anything she’d ever known.
Ridiculed, beaten, locked up, and neglected daily, Kimberly is denied food, bathroom privileges, and other basic necessities. She’s often left alone to look after her infant brother and faces regular beatings for nonexistent infractions. She grows up hearing and believing her mother’s lies and that she should have been aborted. Throughout her life, she faces not just abuse, but also loss, rejection, exclusion, and failure. But just when things finally seem to settle down, she uncovers a truth she had never counted on, and it changes her life forever.
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