by Cyrus Webb
As we look to 2011 as a year of new beginnings, there are few people that I have met in my life that exemplify what it means to be a survivor like Patricia Singleton. As a child she experienced betrayal that no one should have to endure, but as an adult she is using her life as an incest survivor to not only help others through their journey from abuse but spark a conversation that is long overdue.
I was privileged to have the first radio interview with the Arkansas resident in 2010 (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/show.aspx?userurl=conversationslive&year=2010&month=04&day=29&url=cyrus-webb-presents-the-patricia-singleton-story-o), and as we were making plans for the New Year, I knew we had to share Patricia's story with our magazine audience.In this conversation she talks about the decision to start blogging about her experiences, how that has affected her and what she has to say to those who might feel as though they are suffering with abuse alone.
Patricia, first of all I want to say how much I appreciate what you are doing in giving a voice to abuse survivors worldwide. Can you tell our readers when you decided to start sharing your story?