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Let You Be the Judge: A Story of Ignorance, Pride, Betrayal, and Revenge Cristita Pahang Campbell

Let You Be the Judge: A Story of Ignorance, Pride, Betrayal, and Revenge

Cristita Pahang Campbell

Published April 20th 2006
ISBN : 9780805951370
Hardcover
288 pages
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 About the Book 

For better or for worseFor richer or for poorerIn sickness and in healthTo love, honor, cherishTill death do us part. Cristita Pahang Campbell took these wedding vows many years ago and has lived by them faithfully. Upon her marriage to AlfredoMoreFor better or for worseFor richer or for poorerIn sickness and in healthTo love, honor, cherishTill death do us part…. Cristita Pahang Campbell took these wedding vows many years ago and has lived by them faithfully. Upon her marriage to Alfredo Campbell, Cristita gave up her life for her husband and her family. Now, to reclaim her life, she prays she does not have to make the ultimate sacrifice - but is willing to take the chance.Let You Be the Judge: A Story of Ignorance, Pride, Betrayal, and Revenge is the autobiography of Dr. Cristita Pahang Campbell. It details for the first time the pains and horrors experiences by this woman dedicated to the helping of others who was helpless to help herself. At the hands of her worldly obsessed husband, Tita and her daughters live a life of odd disparity. Despite being fairly wealthy they withstand abuse, mistrust, and psychological trauma at various aspects of their lives, that no amount of money can erase. Cristita is forced to endure years of humiliation and powerlessness, making her life useless. However pen, paper and especially prayer help her survive.Did the alleged sexual abuse of her father-in-law and the obsession for power, money and sex of her spouse eventually lead to the disappearance of her beloved daughter Lea as well as destroyed Cristitas existence.Was giving up the marriage the only option left so that Cristita can realize her long overdue spiritual mission to help the poor children of God? She certainly hopes this book compels her long lost daughter, Lea, to get in touch to a mother in anguish and pain because time is running out.Does Tita deserve her freedom and the right, in her final years, to live a life that is free and peaceful? Or does this woman deserve to be held prisoner for the rest of her life, until death does she part? Kind readers, LET YOU BE THE JUDGE.This book is for adults only and names are changed for the protection of the actual people involved.