Human beings often have a need for belonging. Where this need isn't satisfied, we find it. Cults offer a place to belong, but they also offer problems. This compelling collection of first-person narratives provides readers with true insight into the world of cults. Readers will hear about the kind of individuals who join cults and why. They will hear about what it's like to be born into a cult, and what it's like trying to leave one. The last chapter shares enthralling stories about the dangers of cults. Jim Guerra describes for readers what it was like to see his family for the first time in six years. Give your readers a new perspective into cults.