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I am in awe of this woman, I really am. She is not lashing out at the justice system that ignored reports that the man who held her captive had young girls in his home (while he was on parole/probation for a prior violent sex offense), she, as far as I know, correct me if I am wrong, is not suing everyone and every agency that failed to respond to those reports in any real way. She somehow came through with her mind intact and despite the fact that her children are the product of rape by a man who held her hostage for nearly 20 years she still feels that they are the most imortant thing in her world. I would like to think I am a strong person but in her situation I don't know that I could have held onto my sanity. I wish Jaycee and her children nothing but love peace and happiness for the rest of their lives. I hope somehow they can all go on to good lives. Her book is one I will buy and read. Much love Jaycee, from me too you.

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This story has (so far) a happy ending. The victim is free & slowly recovering & the perpetrator has been sent to prison for what should be the rest of his life.
Im looking forward to this interview. She survived a hell I can only fathom & did so while raising & nurturing 2 children. Brave isnt strong enough to describe this woman. Shes an inspiration in many levels. I wish her a lifetime of happiness.




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