Despite What You Did
Chipmunkapublishing ltd, Jun 1, 2011 - 33 pages
DescriptionThis is a story of abuse in it's many forms and life in the care system. Sherree's story tells of her abuse and the effects it had on her at the time and later in life. How she applied for her social services files so she could find out who she was. Simple details like wanting to know her birth weight to more serious issues as to why she was originally put into care, who her parents were and many other details that Sherree feels will be the final piece in the jigsaw of her life. What she didn't realise at the time was the huge can of worms that would open as a result of the information she found in her files. Sherree faces many struggles over the years but got to the point where she refused to let her past ruin her future, it had already taken the previous years from her. It wasn't easy turning her life around but she did it. Sherree still has days where the past clouds her mind and she feels she is back at the beginning of her journey again, but then she gets to work on her feelings again and gets back on her feet. Sherree is not the kind of person to let anything in life beat her. Follow her story which takes you from her birth, up to the present day. Reading what Sherree went through and the struggles she faced, makes reading that will hit you straight in the heart but then as you read on, you will be uplifted and inspired by how she finally pulled through and changed her life. About the AuthorSherree Sheridan was born in 1964 in Liverpool. She is now the mother of 2 children. She is a trained therapist and a writer. Her interests include writing fact and fiction novels and poetry, she is also a keen photographer, mainly photographing animals and nature in it's many forms. Sherree is now putting her experiences to use and trying to help other people who have gone through what she has, or are still going through it at present.
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abuse asked attention seeking back home beating bedroom behave behaviour better borderline personality disorder boyfriend brother café child childhood coach coffee cognitive behaviour therapy couple cuddles dad’s didn’t feel didn’t know didn’t reply didn’t want door eating disorders excuse father’s fault feel felt files foster carers foster mother foster parents garden gnomes hadn’t happened head heard heart attack idea inside knew later lecture lived looked lorry mental health never nice night package pain painkillers past police pond problems pulled rang rejection remember reply scared screaming self-harming sessions Sherree social services social workers someone somewhere started stood sure Surrey taken talk tears tell things thought threw toilet told took top bunk tried trying uncle voice waited walked wanted wrong younger sister