Yesterday I purchased, read and finished Brittani Louise Taylor’s book; ‘A sucky love story’ I laughed, I cried and fell in love with it so much that I feel like I have to talk about it to you guys. I’m not going to go into the details of the book as it’s something you need to see for yourself.
This book is a story of overcoming and leaving an abusive situation when I first heard her announce the release of the book I never ever thought it would be what it is, it’s a story of lies and deceit so deep that it sounds like something from a movie, something that doesn’t happen to people in real life but Brittani shows us that it does. I also never thought I would laugh but Brittani has the mindset of why cry when you can laugh which is a mindset that I also share because it’s true, why sit and cry when you can laugh it off? I know what you’re thinking “how do you find light in something so awful?” but sometimes that’s how you have to cope.
Brittani shows that anyone can fall for an abuser, she also shows us that love makes you blind and stupid BUT she also shows that you can come out the other side stronger and smarter, that these things do not define the rest of your life. This book is so important because it shows that you can survive these situations, that it can happen to anyone and it can even show people warning signs to look out for, people may read this book and think “this is what I’m going through” and it may give them the courage to leave. I urge everyone to go and read Brittani’s story and spread it as far as they can, her story deserves to be heard. What I love most about Brittani is her never-ending optimism, she still believes in love and that there’s still good in people which takes true strength, she kept going and survived and it truly is an inspiring read so please go take a few hours out of your day to go and read it. Another thing I find really important about this story is that it shoes that abuse isn’t always physical sometimes its verbal, finacial or emotional but doesn’t make the abuse any less valid and I feel like that’s something that isn’t spoken about enough.
If you or anyone you know is going through ANYTHING like this please leave. Please tell everyone you know what is happening and go and find help, you have so much more support than you realise. You are loved. You are important. Please tell somebody.