Blemished but Not Broken

by Kay Kinsley Adams


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/3/2017

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 212
ISBN : 9781504374040
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 212
ISBN : 9781504374064

About the Book

Growing up with a parent who suffers from a mental illness can be both challenging and confusing, and this is my story of experiencing the various adventures of living a daily life with a mother whose mental health provided a consistent source of both humor and heartache. Along the way, you’ll also understand how my being the victim of a traumatic childhood event affected me, leading to a life that has been filled with trials and tribulations as well as a lifelong struggle to overcome the dynamics of a dysfunctional family. From page to page, you’ll see into relationships of all types and how they relate to a blemished past. For me, guidance along the way was slim as I worked to surmount the difficulties I encountered in life, but my story is one of gaining the courage and the strength to find my voice, even as I learned to speak out against present and future injustices. Life’s lessons are harsh, and the road map is not clearly outlined. Yet you’ll see how I found my way forward, and you’ll ideally find some guidance and understanding related to your own world as you read of how I fought against the darkness which sought to envelop me and how I struggled to overcome the challenge of being the daughter of someone with a mental illness. Travel with me on my journey through life as it is filled with tears and laughter. I am Kay, and this is my story.


About the Author

The author has been married to her wonderful husband for 22 years, and now resides with him in Estero, Florida, where they enjoy an active life in the sunshine state. Much of the author’s time is devoted to her passion for helping senior citizens, and she also loves fitness-related activities, museums, and traveling. She wrote this work about her life and the challenges of growing up with a mentally ill parent in order to share her story with others.