Just Published, The Dancer Returns is a Survivor's Story of Overcoming
Adversity and Giving of Oneself
WASHINGTON, Jan. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- On a cold December night, at 7:00 PM, in a dance studio, Susan Lee-Titus was raped, beaten and held hostage at gunpoint for two hours. In her graphic testimony she sums up what was lost and gained as a crime victim:
"They took my money, my credit cards and my body. They broke twelve teeth, they cut my bleeding hands with wires; but they gave me back something too. They gave me back something that I had lost somewhere on that proverbial road from childhood to adulthood."
Terrified, Susan promised God that if she lived, she would give up her self-centered ways and try to do some good in the world by reaching out to others in need. Though she survived she still had to literally pick her broken teeth up off the floor and start her life all over again. What followed was an eight-year odyssey .- a physical, mental and spiritual journey.
The Dancer Returns recounts not only Susan's painful recovery from post- traumatic stress disorder but her complete healing the day she again put on her dancing shoes and began teaching an aerobics class in which her students were all prison inmates.
Susan Lee-Titus is the author of The Dancer: One Woman's Journey From Tragedy to Triumph and one of the authors in the anthology Setting the Captives Free.
As a rape victim, Ms. Lee-Titus sheds new light on this brutal act and also lays the foundation for hope and forgiveness in The Dancer Returns: From Victim to Victory.
The Dancer Returns: From Victim to Victory is available at http://www.thedancerreturns.com, Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.
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