This is a deeply personal and emotionally charged book of poetry that resonates with me on a profound level. Through 100 heartfelt reasons, the author shares her truths and her journey of healing from abuse. It’s a raw and unfiltered expression of her experiences and a powerful reminder that we are not alone in our struggles. This book is a testament to the strength of survivors and the importance of authenticity and honesty. – Amazon Review
It shook me to my core, having composed and survived these one hundred reasons why. I’ve kept them a guarded secret, remaining unshared for many years, but the shame should’ve never been mine…
These are my truths, and I sincerely hope that sharing them will help someone else struggling with grief in their healing from abuse. I encourage everyone with a story of their own to speak it, even if your voice is a whisper. Write it, even if your hand trembles and perspires while you do. There’s something incredibly powerful in knowing that you’re not alone, after all.
About the Author
Kelsey Carlee is from the Seattle area. She unapologetically writes about her traumas, with the intent to help others by openly sharing her experiences. Her third book is expected to release later this year.
For more information please visit my website kelseycarlee.com