Shelby faced many obstacles trying to get away from the abuse and neglect she suffered and witnessed at home during her childhood. Conversely, life outside of the home wasn't as she hoped it to be.
Apple Dailey has captured the early life of Shelby. Shelby's father was described as an abusive father who systematically, over time, repeatedly told her that she was worthless and that the only reason he hit her or called her names was that it was better than coming from someone who didn't care about her. It became obvious to Shelby that abuse was caring. This message was internalized and became a catalyst for Shelby's future relationships.
About Apple Dailey
In my possession, I have every diary and notebook full of my personal thoughts, dreams, and fears since I was an eight-year-old little girl. I would never have imagined that I would suffer so much and be able to remember the pain. Every now and then, I take a glimpse at my journals, skim through and instantly, I remember. I remember that I am a survivor of childhood abuse. I remember that I am a survivor of domestic violence. I remember....
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