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The Influence of the Past

A memoir and biography of a woman’s struggles with her past experiences.


The past is always the driving factor that shapes our future. We are never free from its influence, but what we do despite our history makes us genuinely live our lives. As pain and trauma help shape our personality.

In author Essie Walton’s work titled “I’ve Been There…I Feel Your Pain,” she accounts for all of her memories, the good, the bad, and the traumatic and describes how each memory aids her in being the person she is today. A person who learns to accept everyone unconditionally.

“What was wrong with me?” “Why can’t I be loved?” “What was I to do?” This are easily the questions any person can ask themselves when they experience heartache. As humans, we tend to look for reason and logic as to why certain things happen; this is true even as we are emotionally unstable. This questioning line causes the person to feel great sorrow and depression unless they have a strong will or reason to live. For some, the love of God is a great motivator to continue living for others; it’s their friends and family supporting them throughout the whole experience.
I’ve Been There…I Feel Your Pain
Written By      : Essie Walton
Paperback        : $6.99
E-Book            : $2.99

Digital and physical copies of this empathy filled novel are available in AmazonGoToPublish, and other online retailers. Grab a copy and feel new emotions and experiences as this biography’s content flow into the readers’ minds.
About the Author
Essie Walton is a mother of three beautiful children who are her soul inspiration in moving forward in life. She has always loved to help people in any way she can. A devout believer of God and a woman who always show great sympathy to others.

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