Amanda Quick Husband Story
Amanda Quick Husband Story – Amanda Quick realized her young sons were being raised by her now ex-husband for the sex trade when one of them began to embrace her sexually and confessed, “Daddy lets me suck his fingers.”
A Coldstream mother writes the book The Sex Trafficker’s Wife to help her recover.
“He had been arrested for trying to have sex with children” during their marriage, Quick writes, adding that her younger self wanted to believe his professed innocence to keep their small family together.
She felt ashamed and guilty for staying in the first place.
When Quick witnessed her son’s inappropriate behavior, she realized that protecting her children and seeing her husband on trial should be her top priorities. “There were a number of small things that I could always explain away,” she claims.
Coldstream is currently the home of the author of The Sex Trafficker’s Wife, A Story of Truth, Faith, and Trust In Self.
fter a bitter custody dispute in Colorado, where it was difficult to remove her husband’s parental rights, she and her children moved to Canada. The last time Quick spoke to or saw her ex was in early 2020. Her kids don’t remember much. “COVID was really a healing opportunity for our family,” she claims. When Quick hits the stage at Vernon’s Towne Theatre the following week, she will discuss her path to recovery with those who are experiencing difficulty.
On April 18 at 6:30 p.m., she is scheduled to speak and sign copies of her New York Times bestseller.
“I was successful in overcoming a challenge. I was able to change and stop seeing myself as the victim of my situation, she claims.
She wants to impart this spiritual empowerment to others who are dealing with tragedy in their lives.
“So much goes unspoken, and people stay silent in their shame and remorse. Quick declares, “I want to talk about all the uncomfortable issues.
During the conversation, which will be open to audience questions, victim resources and assistance will be provided.
About “The Sex Trafficker’s Wife”
My husband, who is also the father of my children, was detained in 2016 for attempting to traffic people. I was a stay-at-home mum with three little children. My children and their well-being had always been the centre of my life. My entire life had been upended, and all I could think about was what I could do to make sure my children would be okay.
I used to think that if my kids were okay, I would be fine. As a result, I continued to be in my marriage. I persisted in my belief that I had to act in that way for the sake of my kids’ happiness. Like my mother took my father away from me, I couldn’t take their father away from them. That was the most important thing.
But I was blind to how unwell I actually was. I had taken ownership of my husband’s crime. I had assigned us all responsibility for his problems and load. I was blind to the fact that he was a very dangerous man with a broken spirit. I was hurting my own soul and exposing my kids to even worse while working so incredibly hard to make them okay. I didn’t know where to start to remedy the fact that my kids weren’t okay.
I didn’t understand it until I witnessed my children’s father grooming them. My kids were not alright. Everything had never been acceptable.
But I had to take alternative action to correct it. I first needed to heal. Even before them, I had to make a commitment to myself. I had to end the marriage and find the strength to speak out for my children, whose souls lacked a voice of their own, by standing up for them.
The most selfless thing I have ever done was to put myself first. Finding ME was made possible by standing in my power. And it was they who helped us escape the predicament I was in. It’s time to tell the world about my experience!