Susan Grace Napier
As the first anniversary of 9/11 came and went, Susan Napier experienced a deep depression. Searching for the source of her rising anxiety and loss of functionality, she came to the realization her emotions paralleled the trauma experienced in a 25-year abusive marriage. As a volunteer at Rose Brooks domestic violence shelter in Kansas City, she educated victims being treated in emergency rooms and helped them in finding immediate assistance. The author envisions family, friends, communities, and the nation coming together to support and save the lives of all victims in similar ways that Americans did for each other on 9/11. She has a passion to make this happen by doing presentations of “Listen – Learn – Save Lives” in various venues, well actually, any place she finds an audience.
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Fifteen hundred miles from Ground Zero and one year after 9/11, ripples of the horrific attacks on America invade Sara Farley's life. She doesn't know anyone that was injured or killed on that day. But nightmares about 9/11 cause her sleepless nights and escalates the tension in her marriage. Then, a shattered window catapults Sara on a journey of unbearable pain. Because of poor work performa
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