Beyond Abuse: Do you ever really escape? by Wren Beaushea
Well, I am not too young but not old either. I have advised the universe not to add any more years to my life (I laugh). I have had a very colorful life that I could not even begin to tell you as it was truly a very crazy and wild time in my early years! I didn’t even begin to remotely settle down until my late 30’s. When I finally did, it was the most gratifying thing because the double life I was living melted away and all those massive brick walls that I had built started to come down brick by brick.
I have to thank my husband for that and for helping to ground me and for being my rock. I have an amazing husband of 22 years and 4 amazing children that were brought together as a blended family. Now, try wearing those pants as they don’t always fit! We are very proud of all 4 of them and of ourselves for making it through those years (laughing) as it was a feat in itself to say we did.
We are now empty nesters, well almost empty nesters, as we have replaced all the children with dogs. We have gone from family to a pack! We love to travel and do so every time we get a chance to. We have traveled all over Europe, Canada, and the U.S., but have many places still not checked off of our bucket list. We travel in a R.V. now and, yes, we take all the fur children with us. There are crazy, fun adventure with the pack.
My hubby and I are planning the next chapter and adventure in our lives. We want to own a few acres far from the city and are looking forward to the country life and having lots of room to roam. I see a porch with us sitting, drinking our morning coffee, staring out onto the lake and listening to the early morning loons. I might even sit down and write about this colorful life of mine!
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“I am a strong woman. I don’t sit around feeling sorry for myself, nor let people mistreat me. I don’t respond to people who dictate to me or try to bring me down. If I fall, I will rise up even stronger because I am a survivor and not a victim. I am in control of my life and there is nothing I can’t achieve.