For anyone who has had cult involvement, there is life after getting out.
ABILENE, Texas (PRWEB) November 21, 2012
It was 19 years ago when she found out her husband had taken a second wife, and she knew it was time to get out.
Ex-cult member Kay Hawkins belonged to religious organization The House of Yahweh.
“People often ask me how I could have been in that situation,” says Hawkins. “But members weren’t dumb or crazy. Sound-minded people can get sucked in if the leader is charismatic and the conditions are right.”
In her new book The House of Yahweh: My Side of the Story, Hawkins exposes the inner workings of the secretive organization, providing a rare glimpse into cult behavior from an ex-member who has since gained clarity.
“For anyone who has had cult involvement, there is life after getting out,” Hawkins says. “You just have come to terms that you were being used and abused by the cult, and it wasn’t your fault.”
For more information, visit http://kayhawkins.com.
The House of Yahweh: My Side of the Story
By Kay Hawkins
Softcover retail price: $16.95
Hardcover retail price: $27.99
E-book price: $3.99
About the author
Kay Hawkins is an ex-member of The House of Yahweh. She is committed to educating the public about the inner-workings of secretive religious organizations, encouraging cult members to get out and helping ex-members of cults recover from their emotionally-damaging experience.