All of Us By Fabrienne Trebizo
Category: Memoir, Spirituality
About All of Us
What if you grew up feeling different from others, how would you react?What if there was nothing you could do to fix your worst regret? Would you run? Cry? Become sick?
“All of Us” is about finding a place of belonging and not just for one type of person, but for all of us. Fabrienne shares some of the most personal parts of her life. From how she dealt with grief and loneliness to how she’s moving forward.
This compilation of stories is freaky relatable. Chances are you’ll think that you’re reading about yourself. We all face problems and believe it or not, we respond to them the same as others too. The crazy thing about this book is if you ever felt alone and out of place, you won’t anymore. While these stories are about Fabrienne Trebizo, it was written with you and me and… all of us in mind.
Praises About This book
I’ve read this book 3 times already!!
Brandy Mcgee- Amazon Review
G Jaramillo - Amazon Review
You are not alone
Amanda Ghi - Amazon Review
ABOUT Fabrienne Trebizo
Fabrienne “Fabs” Trebizo was born on August 29, 1977. She has written a manuscript about her childhood and how she was able to break the cycle. In the manuscript, she talks about how she was able to deal with obstacles that some never overcome. Suffering from a heroin-addicted father who tremendously abused her mother, Fabs witnessed this abuse as if it was an everyday routine. However, because of her circumstances she suffered so much pain and agony and tried to commit suicide.