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Video: Video: The story of an extraordinary woman: Emily grew up in an orthodox sect, was married off, got an education whilst raising 5 children, fled her oppressive community, built a new life and founded an organisation to support others who decided to leave.

In episode 3 of the Andrew Gold Podcast, Emily Green tells him about her new life in the secular world and almost losing her kids to the Orthodox community. She explains what it was like growing up in the Hasidic community, an extreme branch of the Jewish Orthodox group. Having broken out of the cult, she talks of the difficulties she had taking her children with her and compares it to the struggles of the protagonist in Netflix's Unorthodox, we she watched a little uncomfortably with her children. She started Gesher EU, an organisation that, like Footsteps New York, helps other Orthodox men and women to leave the sect and adjust to a new life in 'the real world'. If you're struggling with these issues and want to leave the community - or if you know someone you could help - contact them here: http://www.geshereu.org.uk/ Please do subscribe to the channel for more riveting entertainment of this kind, with the world's first ever blogger, Justin Hall, on next week's podcast. Find me on Twitter and Instagram on @andrewgold_ok Thanks to my lovely girlfriend Juli for putting up with the sleepless nights and my moaning to get this done. And to our friend Jess, who has helped so much with ideas and telling me how to do everything!
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The story of an extraordinary woman: Emily grew up in an orthodox sect, was married off, got an education whilst raising 5 children, fled her oppressive community, built a new life and founded an organisation to support others who decided to leave.