Suzy Milhoan


Suzy is living proof that trauma can have positive outcomes if given enough time.

As a teenager she fought her way back from near-death when she suffered from toxemia in pregnancy. She is a child abuse survivor, lost her father to ALS, her spouse passed away from colon cancer and her brother Mike committed suicide.

Suzy has not allowed these setbacks to define her. She feels this time given to her by God is best spent using her skills, experience, and knowledge to help others.

Her work includes:
• “A Mother’s Courage: Saving Your Children from the Trauma of Abuse in the Home.”
• Author of short-story and two letters published in “Letters to Loved Ones: Remembrances of those we have lost.”
• “Where's My Family?”
• “The Healing Game: A Story of Loss and Renewal.”

Suzy also contributes short stories and poetry to several local magazines.

She is a volunteer online mentor for Focus on the Family where she counsels women and men across the United States on many key life issues. (child abuse, pro-life issues, parenting, domestic violence, blended families and many more)

Suzy trains on how to “Journal thru Grief” at Indiana libraries and other venues on.

She lives in Indiana with her husband, Merle. Together, they have eight children and fourteen grandchildren. Her greatest enjoyment in life is family, friends, golf, tennis and listening to live music.

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Where to find Suzy Milhoan online


A Mother's Courage: Saving Your Children from the Trauma of Abuse in the Home
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 36,500. Language: English. Published: October 3, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » Relationships and Family » Abuse / domestic partner abuse
Over 1 Billion children are affected by domestic abuse in the home worldwide now or in their past. This book differs from other self-help books on this topic because it illustrates the effects of domestic violence on children based on real-life examples. “A Mother’s Courage: Saving Your Children from the Trauma of Abuse in the Home” is powerful and rare. It is written by the victims.

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