Stanley Bronstein Interviews Michelle Turner

MICHELLE TURNER

Michelle Turner is an advocate for victims of domestic violence. Her aim is to help victims and to raise public awareness for violence against women. She’s a survivor of abuse herself; her father abandoned her; she had a troubled childhood; she’s has been in several abusive relationships.

Yet she’s still here, happy, bright, and strong, ready to leave those memories behind and to help others who went through abuse. In her honest self-help book project, she writes about the way she survived, to emerge from the ordeals as a stronger person, full of life and hope.

Michelle is organizing programs to prevent and end cycles of abuse through research, resources, and advocacy provided to individuals, families, communities and agencies throughout the nation. She wants to show that it’s possible to get over a painful past and have a whole life, no matter what you have been through.

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