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Ms. Lynnocent Faith And Trust Killed Her, Not The Pandemic

Author Name: Lynn Shia | Format: Paperback | Genre : Biographies & Autobiographies | Other Details

The Internet helps bring humans together and closer. We start seeing people beyond physical boundaries. While most of us benefit from the Internet, a few misuses it to project as who they are not. That makes some of us vulnerable and even victims of their ill motive. After all, we want to believe what we see and the internet aids in doing so.

I wish to share my experiences on how trust, religion, faith, and the internet betrayed me. It is good to learn from your mistakes and it is even better to learn from other’s mistakes. Let me be that mistake. I want every little girl and young woman to read my experience and protect themselves from what is possible, given we are all born innocent. Life is not always a bed of roses. My story needed to be told and heard, as anyone is vulnerable, despite being born and raised in a developed nation. 

This is my sincere attempt to restore my ruined life, dear readers. Learn from me and also help to support me to unite with my son, whom I miss terribly. With this pandemic, the physical distance from my son has grown astronomically and yet my tears have not dried. That is who we are, Mothers who do not give up!

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Lynn Shia

Lynn Shia Soo Me, is the mother of three daughters from her first marriage. After her divorce, in her desperation to find a better man, she fell prey to a scammer and married him. For 11 years, she went through a life of misery and trauma. She decided to write her story explaining the psychological effects of her childhood as well as those events of her first marriage that led to her to be hooked and manipulated for 11 years by a cunning scammer. Now 53, working in a Hospital as a porter, she wants her story to be an eye opener to all the vulnerable and desperate women who wish to quickly rebound from an abrupt  or unpleasant end to their previous marriage or relationship. 

She is currently trying to get custody of her 4 years old from her ex-husband. When the entire world will be busy fighting COVID-19 in the 21st year of the 21st century, Lynn Shia will be fighting to get Adrian from Momba. She vows that she will succeed in her mission with the readers’ support  and she feels that she deserves a peaceful life with her son at least for the rest of her life.

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