|About The Author|
Georgia Wolfe is a survivor of domestic violence, an excruciating experience that almost robbed her of her life in more ways than one, and one that would change her life forever. Through her determination, vision, and passion, she is determined to turn this “lemon” of an experience into lemonade by focusing her efforts and talents into a project aimed at helping families affected by domestic violence as well as parental abandonment, to embrace love and forgiveness. Her first project is entitled “I Forgive You Daddy; I Love You Anyway.”Ms. Wolfe’s inspiration to write this story was birthed out of her own experience with domestic violence, and being abandoned by her mother as a toddler, together with her unsuccessful attempt to locate children friendly literary works to reinforce the positive and Godly advice she continuously provides to her daughter in response to her concerns on the whereabouts of her father. In her works, Ms. Wolfe wants all parents/guardians to know that it is important to blanket in love, the conversations with your child about the missing parent, with the focus on promoting forgiveness and building and maintaining a child’s self-esteem.
Georgia Wolfe is a Certified Public Accountant by profession for the past eight years, an author, an entrepreneur, a domestic violence advocate, and the founder of Greener Pastures Now, a non-profit organization established in Atlanta, Georgia, aimed at helping victims of domestic violence transition into survivors. Ms. Wolfe currently resides with her family in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia.
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