Lisa R. Gray


Lisa R. Gray is an Author, Minister, Professional Counselor,Chaplain, Mentor, past talk show co-host and Speaker . She holds an M.A. (Master of Arts) for Education and Counseling from Central Michigan University.

As a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and a Licensed Minister, she travels throughout the country to speak at Women’s Conferences, jails and Sexual Abuse Awareness Weeks to bring awareness to the complex and emotional topic of Sexual Abuse.

Smashwords Interview

Why did you write this book?
Because we need to begin a conversation about those support people who need to acknowledged and supported in order to be able to acknowledge and support well those who have been victimized and abused in this manner. It's like what they tell you in the airplane, A mother;s natural inclination is to put the mask on the child first but you are instructed to put the air mask on yourself first, so that you will be in a position to help your child. So many mothers are so damaged themselves, they are not truly in a position to help their child.
What has been your biggest challenge or obstacle?
Doing it, putting my derriere in the chair and starting to type, sharing the story, opening yourself up for ridicule and judgment of others. The "Monday morning quarterbacks," that would never let that happen to their child, and simply knowing your daughter was hurt, and you did not prevent it is hard enough, let alone having other people who don't know you, your daughter or your situation judge you.
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They Don't Tell
Short Clip to Announce the Soon to be Released Book


They Don't Tell
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 53,790. Language: American English. Published: September 21, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Relationships & Family » Child abuse, Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Emotional healing
They Don’t Tell is a powerful book for mothers, who just like Lisa, have to deal with the pain, hurt, shame and guilt that comes with discovering that their child, or loved one has been sexually abused. “Mom, if I had something to tell you. Would you be a mom or would you be a friend?” Those were the words that would be forever etched into Lisa’s mind that night. This book offers hope and healing.

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child abuse    emotions    family relationships    help    men    mother    rape    relationships    sex