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On her eleventh birthday, Annette returned home from her favourite playground, dirty and dishevelled. She didnt know what to say when her parents asked what happened.  It would take a very long time for her to understand what really happened that day. Soon after, Annette retreats into herself and her behaviour becomes quietly strange.  Many years later, a friend recommends a personal development organisation and before she knows it, she is absorbed into a cult called Kenja. Forsaking her children, home, job and finances, she devotes herself with a converts zeal to Kenjas activities. After ten years, Annette finds that the personal changes she believed would happen hadnt, and she finally leaves in need of psychological help. Her new understanding leads her to question Kenja and to help expose startling allegations that result in legal proceedings.  Her life takes a new direction at this point as she finds help to confront the reasons behind the unexplained behavioural changes that started in her early childhood. The Good Little Girl is Annettes haunting autobiography about a life stunted in childhood and her search for understanding; a search that was traumatic but ultimately liberating.

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