Last week I had the honor and pleasure of joining Ann Harrison on a special interview as a part of her Inspirational Journey Presents series episode on Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Ann is a blind author who speaks from the heart on a wide variety of healing and inspiring topics and I encourage you to go and check out her blog, annwritesinspiration.com.
Though her primary message is not focused on domestic violence victims, she has been a victim of domestic emotional abuse, which she shares about during our discussion.
Inspirational Journeys Presents
Watch or listen to our interview below!
About Ann Harrison
I am a blind author whose blog posts, published books and stories come straight from my heart. I am the proud mother of a precious little girl named Sharen. She is the inspiration for many of my stories, especially the ones that feature children as characters in them.
I have found music to be a great source of healing throughout a rough and painful time in my life. For the past ten years as a writer, I have found, and still find, music as a source of inspiration to this day. In many of the various blog posts, I have written essays about music as it pertains to healing, everyday life, writing and much more, along with essays about winter, snow, and other reflections about my belief system.
Aside from essays about a variety of topics, I like to showcase my poetry and the show notes for various episodes of my Inspirational Journeys Podcast, which I also post on my YouTube channel.
Follow Ann on Facebook Here or on Twitter Here.
Hi, I'm Sue
Welcome to my blog! I served twenty-one honorable years on active duty, living a double life of capability and accomplishment in the service while enduring brutality and abusiveness in my twenty-one year oppressive marriage. Today I'm happily married and have three children who are my inspiration and motivation.
My goal is to help combat the lies of abusers with the truth of God. I hope you find my words to be healing and helpful through your own life experiences.
Being separated from my abusive husband didn't make me a domestic violence survivor. It surely didn't release me from the grip of his brainwashing control and the innate power he had on me.
Read the full raw story in my new book, Rock Bottom and Faithless.