Tomorrow Seemed Impossible
Self-help – Memoirs
Date Published: 10-25-2022
Publisher: Rope Swing Publishing
From childhood well into her adult life, Keeley Brooks struggled quietly
with trauma and the very dangerous effects it took on her physical, mental,
and emotional health. In her late teens, Keeley was diagnosed with four
mental health challenges and an eating disorder after suffering extreme
panic and anxiety at a young age.
Struggling with crippling feelings of isolation, unworthiness, desperation,
and fear, as well as the inherent urge to heal, she turned to writing. Now
offering her human truths and personal experiences on how she navigated
them, survived them, then healed and has grown from them, Keeley shares in
graphic detail her deeply personal perspective on trauma, mental health, and
side effects while bravely giving readers an intimate peek behind the
curtain at the functioning of a mind rooted in trauma and riddled with fear,
anxiety, panic, depression, shame, and silence.
About the Author
Keeley Brooks is an author, writer, poet, and editor. She’s a contributing
author to the #1 bestseller My Labor Pains Were Worse Than Yours and in May
2022 released her first poetry collection Poetry from an Isolated Soul. With
a decade’s experience in entertainment journalism, she currently writes
health & lifestyle articles for Modern Grace Magazine and is an arts
& entertainment writer and managing editor at Mixed Alternative
Keeley has just published her first creative nonfiction book, which details
her deeply personal struggle with trauma and mental illness, as well as
their effects on her mind, body, and spirit. She also offers an intimate
peek behind the curtain at the functioning of a mind riddled with fear,
anxiety, panic, and depression, then she shares how she has healed and grown
from it all and has found the balance needed to reclaim her life.
Keeley is currently focused on several literary projects, including a
collaborative fiction novel with three additional authors and a women’s
self-care book with her integrative health practitioner.
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Thank you for sharing your review of I’ll Never See It, this sounds like a must read memoir for me