Natasha has been waiting for an apology from her stepfather who sexually abused her as a child. Natasha has been through secondary trauma as well. Her family does not believe this happened to her. Her mother and siblings do not want any part of her in their lives. They are in complete denial. One thing a child hopes to hear from her mother when she tells her mother such a horrid secret is "I believe you." Not only did she not receive that, but she never received justice. She received pain and heartache. She learned to be an amazing mother for her children. She will not let what happened to her in the past to control her future.