Adoption Trauma is very real. Had it been recognised as a thing when I was young, maybe some of my issues would have been acknowledged and worked with instead of me being labelled the naughty child.
None of us adoptees can change what happened to us but we can take steps towards healing and wholeness.
Do you want to take a step towards confidence, acceptance and well-being? This book is an inward look at my own Adoption Trauma, with some helpful insights on how I have overcome some of my issues like anger, fear and rejection.
Come and walk with me through my journey. There is always hope.
Available to Pre-Order Now!
(Out early January)
I had the privilege of reading the manuscript of Fiona’s book. What a fascinating and emotional read. Totally gripping from the first few sentences. Fiona writes about her life with such emotion and truth. Overcoming some incredibly difficult situations and hardships. A brilliant read.
Live in the Sunshine Travel Towels
Praise & Reviews
Fiona Myles has an open and honest style of writing that allows you to become fully immersed in her storytelling. Fiona has a wonderful relaxed approach, and although she describes difficult moments in her life, you can feel the determination in her personality to succeed.
Eddy Finds A Family
Fiona’s story is incredibly powerful. I’ve known her for many years and have seen her consistency as she’s negotiated the highs and lows of her life experiences. "This Is Me" will help to shine some light on the amazing possibilities there are to succeed no matter the odds stacked against you.
Leading Broken People
About Fiona Myles
My name is Fiona Myles. I was born in the mid 60s. I'm married to the amazing Brian, a gorgeous red head. We have one daughter Georgie and a son Connor. Manchester has been our home for the past 18 years.
Are you an adoptee ?
Are you 35 or older ?
Have you struggled with identity, connection issues and feeling like you don't fit in ?
My group may be the place for you.
I discuss and share my experiences with adoption, being an adoptee and an adopter.
For years I wandered lonely as a cloud, not feeling a part of anything or connected securely to anyone. I can't say that feeling has ever really gone away but I have coping mechanisms in place now that I would like to share with other older adoptees.
I would love to hear your experiences too.