Hi, I’m Annie O’Sullivan and I wrote a book. It’s called Can You Hear Me Now? and while my story of abuse survival has been around for a few years now, the full story of my life was just recently published as a full print and digital book.
I served in the United States Marine Corps and following a hospital stay and two years of disability I logged ten years of counseling. I have since earned two Masters degrees and have a rewarding career in land management. My own successful family has grown to include multiple grandchildren, dogs, cats and several fish – all happy and well.
Against The Odds: Life Is Good.
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Yes I do spend a lot of time writitng… lol all over the place I will check it out thanks
Thank you again for the reblog! xo
I’m sorry for what you have been through. Thank you so much for dropping by my blog and reblogging xo
I too have taken to writing to deal with the issues. While I wrote as a mother’s perspective after my daughter was abused, I couldn’t even begin to imagine what she actually went through herself. May all who are affected finally find peace. A.L. Daniels- (Author)Breaking the Silence
I have begun a writing project here in Ireland in which I aim to get more people talking about life crises that they are going through, would you have a look please and you might consider contributing? I am an ordinary father of 3, manic depressive who has found writing to be a benefit to me. http://penrelief.wordpress.com/
Thanks for your time and best wishes in life
Thanks Annie. Sounds like we have a lot in common. My abuse started when I was 3, then continued for many years. I, too, have a book that talks about my extreme child abuse and my survival.
Share the name of your book sister! We have to stick together XO Annie
I have no idear what to say, but I think you are an inspiration , and for me thats needed.
I came from alot of disfunction and some abuse, and have had to and still struggle with my confidance, mostly about Education I returned back to school in my 40 and worked to get into the nursing program for my ( LPN ) and i have been so charged to fight my way to complete this. But the dam scares of my past still get in my way a bit.
Lisa, I also returned to school late in life. When you finish and you go thru the doors to graduate, revel in the moment. Everyday tell yourself, I can do this. I will do this. I AM NOT MY PAST. I AM MY FUTURE. You are you know. You are moving forward, doing good things, Make good memories of happiness and success to heal over those scars and know that there is a world of people who have your back right here. Namaste~~~~
Many blessing sister on your new world here. Thank you for reaching back and showing the way to the next person trying to find their voice!
NELL!!! I love you sister!!! I’m so glad to see you here! Great things ahead!
All the best! Tks for sharing your life with us…
Thanks for being here!
Thank you for starting this blog. I wish you much success.
Thanks, i am trying hard to get proficient! i am so thankful for my very patient publisher Michelle at Central Avenue Publishing….!!!
i’m working on a book now…it’s going slowly. i must say, i like your name…being irish, ya know
Hi there! Sorry for the late reply. I’ve had nothing but Computer problems for months! Keep working on that book. I will be posting a link on the blog soon. I have a new blogtalk radio show and my publisher has graciously accepted an invitation to disuss why she took on my book and what publishers look for. It will be a call in 🙂