Having struggled from childhood with trauma, panic, and anxiety, then diagnosed in her late teens with four mental health challenges and an eating disorder, Keeley Brooks was somewhat relieved to know that there were reasons for the way she’d felt her entire life. Struggling to understand the crippling feelings of isolation, unworthiness, desperation, and fear, she turned to writing.
Having learned to live and function with her challenges as best she could, Keeley made the decision to contribute a piece of her story to the women’s book, My Labor Pains Were Worse than Yours, which quickly made it on the bestseller’s list. Keeley has since begun writing her own book, sharing her journey through life with her diagnoses in graphic detail.
Join Keeley as she launches her personal writing career by sharing some of the poetry she's written through the years.