Glendyn Kester tells the true story of her life as a little girl born in South Africa during apartheid. She lived there with her mother, father and three siblings. Her father immigrated with her and her siblings to Canada without her mother. Glendyn Kester describes her upbringing as horrific and abusive. She endured an existence of hardship and violence, but conquered adversity through the existence of our loving God. She is a living testament to the fact that one can overcome complex circumstances while living with mental illness. Secrecy in her family only perpetuated stigma. Her faith brought her through the unspeakable terror that she lived with for many years. Glendyn Kester provides a message of hope through the power of forgiveness. About the Author: Today, Glendyn Kester is an author, speaker and an advocate. She is working toward changing society's attitudes regarding people with mental health challenges. "Dignity is a human right," she claims. Glendyn Kester lives in Newmarket, Ontario with her adorable cat BooBoo.