20 second trailer– “I became so broken that only Jesus could fix me.”
55 second trailer– “The problem with being the plastic princess is that when the fire comes, everything melts.”
53 second trailer– “I obviously did not grown up in a Christian home.”
Trailer Video Interview (4:14)
Full Video Interview (15:42)
I held my breath watching the Olympic gymnasts’ abuse testimony before Congress, bracing myself against a PTSD episode of my own in response.
Weinstein, Epstein, Hefner, Cosby… names that represent mankind’s disturbing sin reverberate within me. Many stories remain deeply hidden, scarring the souls of the abused and their abusers. Questions arise: How could this happen? Where was God? Is Jesus enough?
She Seems So Normal looks straight into the life of a woman uncovering her own long-hidden, heinous abuse. The picture of “put together Plastic Princess” on the outside, inside she’s dying, believing the enemy’s lies, and wondering what’s wrong with her faith. What she finds–through Jesus, mentors, and the work of the Holy Spirit–are avenues of recovery and restoration for her anxiety, trauma, and shame. You can face your trauma, be free from your past, and know hope in God’s abounding love.
Advice: You are not alone in your hard story of trauma. There is hope because there's help. Jesus is the master of impossible resurrections--He helped me so He can help you or your loved one, too.
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Leigh Mackenzie--author, podcaster, speaker/teacher, Bible researcher. Expert in predatory grooming and practical trauma coping mechanisms.
My typical customer
Trauma survivors, Moms, Bible study participants, Church leadership
Visit my website: https://leighmackenzie.com/