Their Story Matters with Sara Troy and her guest Kanchan Bhaskar, on air from March `14th
According to The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV), on average, nearly 20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the United States.
Within the South Asian community, the number may be even higher, but it is underreported.
Leaving: How I Set Myself Free From an Abusive Marriage (She Writes Press; April 11, 2023; paperback; 978-1647424756) is a powerful and inspiring memoir by Kanchan Bhaskar.
“A gripping story of one woman’s self-emancipation from marital despotism.”
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Raised in New Delhi, Kanchan enters into an arranged marriage with the expectation of a happy and fulfilling partnership. However, she soon discovers that her husband is a narcissistic, abusive man, and she is trapped in a nightmare. Despite the challenges she faces, Kanchan is determined to protect her children and herself. She turns to her faith and determination to guide her as she fights for freedom.
“It takes immense courage to leave an abusive relationship. Kanchan Bhaskar’s memoir is an easy-to-read roadmap from leaving to recovery and thriving. Her compelling story equips readers with the means and grit required to rekindle a healthy relationship with Self and others.”—Pat Davenport, CEO of A Safe Place
Kanchan Bhaskar (Kan-chan Bhas-car), an Indian-American, is a first-time author. She holds a Master’s Degree in social work and a certificate in life coaching. She is also a certified Business Coach. Being a successful Human Resource professional, her expertise is in training and mentoring. She is a certified advocate, speaker, and coach for victims and survivors of domestic violence. Kanchan lives in Chicago.
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