Inspiring Triumph Over Tragedy w/ Shannon Moroney (Ep 63)

Published by: janean strong on 05-26-2019

Inspiring Triumph over Tragedy.
After only one month of marriage, Shannon Moroney’s husband committed a terrible crime. Through the Glass tells the story of her journey through the justice system, experiencing guilt by association and the need for forgiveness. She has coauthored a new book, Out of the Shadows, with Timea Nagy, a Hungarian born young woman who was deceived into a sex trafficking ring in Canada. Both women have used their horrifying stories as opportunities to take action and help others. They both exude compassion and strength as they move forward with their lives.

SHANNON MORONEY was a high school teacher and counsellor in 2005 when violence tore her life apart. Her husband of 1 month had been arrested after confessing to the sexual assault and kidnapping of two women.
Shannon faced difficult choices as she searched for a path that would lead her out ofbtrauma and toward a positive future. After personally discovering the lack of help available for families of criminals, she became a restorative justice advocate who speaks on the ripple-effect of crime.
Shannon’s heartbreaking story is one of grief, violence, judgment and stigma, along with the story of a journey filled with compassion, forgiveness and hope.
Her memoir, Through the Glass, was published in 2011.
And now she has another book coming out this week that she co authored with TIMEA NAGY, an extraordinary survivor of human trafficking and forced sex labour. Out of the Shadows is available May 28, 2019.


Shannon's Website

Timea's Website

Through the Glass

Out of the Shadows

Dreams from the Monster Factory

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Keywords: restorative justice, Shannon Moroney, Timea Nagy, Sex trafficking

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