Survivor: My Journey Back to the Light

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Trafford Publishing, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 97 pages

This is my true story following the tragic and untimely deaths, in quick succession, of close family and friends (including my beloved parents), only then to discover I too was staring death in the face. Finally I emerged from a drug-hazed state into a lighter, brighter and stronger state of mind.

 

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Contents

26th January 1999
1
23rd June 1999
39
1st July 1999
45
Tuesday 13th July 1999
47
20th July 1999
50
27th July 1999
51
30th July 1999
52
13th August 1999
53
Monday 6th September 1999
62
6th July 2000
64
September 2000
68
MarchApril 2001
70
25th May 2001
72
2002
79
January September 2003
82
11th September 2003
83

14th August 1999 1st Anniversary Mum dying
55
23rd August 1999
57
1st September 1999
59
To Hell and Back
91
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About the author (2004)

The author, Carolyn, 45, lives in Surrey, very happily married to Rod and has two children, Samantha, 7 and Jamie 22.

She was born in the middle of three sisters to loving parents, Bob and Maureen Lowe, in Bootle, Liverpool.

Carolyn is a qualified Accounting Technician and NVQ Assessor and a member of MENSA. As will become clear from this autobiography, circumstances have dictated the direction of her life for the past few years. Ordinarily, however, she is a strong and fiesty lady with an extraordinary sense of humour.

Her biggest loss of late has been the world of work for which she has a passion. Currently every ounce of her being goes toward her attempting to rebuild enough strength to reintegrate back into useful society life.

This book has been written to help other people "down on their luck" see that there is a glimmer of hope, a chink of light, in the distance. Whilst still a little vulnerable, Carolyn believes she has regained enough strength to overcome adversity and to continue her life unscarred. Battle-weary and older but with her sense-of-humour intact.

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