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Biting My Tongue… and my other secret bad habits
by Jo Fonda
an Amazon.com e-book series

 

First Read ABOUT ME

About Me and this Blog Site

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Then Download the e-books:

These ebook volumes can now be downloaded to a Kindle or Kindle reading app from Amazon.com:

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Biting My Tongue… and my other secret bad habits
Volume 1 (1978-1981)
http://amzn.to/17CUpUl

 

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Biting My Tongue… and my other secret bad habits
Volume 2 (1981-1993)
http://amzn.to/1aiczfv

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See the Journal Pages for blog posts from Volume 2 now

Sneak preview blog posts coming soon for
Biting My Tongue… and my other secret bad habits Volume 3

  
 

10 Responses to Home – Table of Contents

  1. Diane desimone says:

    Jo
    you are the bravest kindest
    most giving person I know.I am honored to be your friend.

    • Jo Fonda says:

      Diane – thank you so much. You were among the first new people I met afterward who welcomed me into your life with open arms and helped me rebuild. You are without a doubt one of the most loving, giving angels here on Earth.

  2. lynda lake says:

    So proud of you! Keep loving life and the people in it that make you strong and happy!

  3. Denise says:

    I am so proud of you, and I am so happy that you are sharing your journey with others. You are an amazing woman, mother and friend, and an inspiration to us all. Thank you for being you. Thank you for sharing you with us.

    • Jo Fonda says:

      Denise, I am so fortunate to have friends like you in my life to give me the courage to step out and be brave. Sometimes you just have to pretend to be fearless to get started… but “fake it until you make it” seems to work in overcoming fear.

  4. Brenda says:

    I know you, but didn’t really know you. We all have a story to tell, if only people would listen. Thank you for sharing yours and continuing to do so. You are amazing and courageous. I feel I know you better now and we have more in common than you realize. I hope this helps you heal.

    • Jo Fonda says:

      Brenda – thank you for your kind words and encouragement. I’ve been pretty quiet about it all, but now that I’ve opened up, I’m finding a lot of people are sharing stories that they have silently kept to themselves for years. It is actually a relief (and a bit sad) to find so many sisters out there. There is strength in knowing we are not alone.

  5. Dorothy says:

    Jo, When I read your adventures, I feel like I have hindsight and now see all the clues of how to lose yourself. It seems gentle, forgiving souls are the most susceptible to mental abuse, but end up becoming so very strong. I love you, am grateful for you, and hope you can help many more. +hank you.
    :)
    Dorothy

  6. Diane desimone says:

    Jo I love your writing really enjoyed volume aa1. I will always remember our walks whten you lived in the yellow house your eyes talked of your pain and saddness. I wanted to take all away afer only hours of meeting you.I will always be here for you.

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