I Never Lied (The Shelly Ann Story)
Life begins with the first breath we take, lessons learned begin with the first mistake we make.
Shelly Ann, award winning Metis author discusses the many deep-rooted adverse affects of severe childhood abuse. Understanding a great number of people, like herself, have all of the same questions, suffer all of the same deep-rooted adverse affects of that abuse. Most often, victims do not receive the help they need and are left suffering from a large number of other mental disorders. But the most common affect of childhood abuse is feeling alone and believing that no-one else understands them or what they are going through. With an honest approach to sharing her personal truths, she connects with other victims and helps the healing journey to begin. For those who have never been abused, they will begin to understand those who have been abused.
The podcast will be hosted and produced by award winning broadcaster Stanley A. Papulkas
Two time award Winning Metis Author, shares her story about the struggle to survive extreme childhood abuse. She openly shares her memories and emotions in the hopes that she may be able to help others. She spends a great deal of time working within First Nation Communities hosting presentations to the general population and teaching workshops to community counsellors to help build stronger nations. She believes if speaking out can help just one person's journey towards a better life, then she has accomplished a great goal, turning a tragic negative beginning into a positive outcome.
This book connects with victims of childhood abuse. The author shares her journey to survival. This story is compelling to all who read it.