Tonight's special guest is Jessica Solsona from California, a survivor and talk show host. Jessica started speaking out about what happen to her in 2012 because she was angry and tired of keeping it all in. "It is not easy to do," she says. "I knew I had to do something to stop feeling like I was. With Complex PTSD I began to be depressed all the time I was not happy with how I was. I knew I had something great to show the world! One day I had a conversation with a family member and this person had no idea what happen to me. His comment was to not victimize myself and that all parents make mistakes! I wish then I could tell this person everything. I could not!" Jessica goes on, "Well let me tell you! That moment changed my life! It blew me away and I had this strong urge to fight back! I was done protecting those who hurt me while I was the one who was ill due to not speaking out!" But speaking out wasn't easy, and even caused her some health problems. In her sickness she had to wonder about what she was dong. "I had to make sure if this was the right choice! I thought of what would happen if I did? Would my family get angry? Would I lose them? Would they come and harm me or my family?" But in the end Jessica understood, "The reality was I had no family! I was not protecting the right people! I was not doing myself any favors by keeping this secret, making myself upset everyday. Because all I did was have flashbacks and was thinking of why all the bad happen to me?" She made her decision. "I spoke out! I feel so proud for where I am today! I am no longer that little girl who never had a chance to be heard! I AM FREE!! My message to all of you is to speak out loud and clear! Don't give in!! I am so proud of where you stand today!
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