My name is Shauna , I recently started this page at the age of thirty. Through observing my life and the obstacles I have overcome I wanted to find a way to share it with others. Not only that, but I want other people to be able to share their stories and encourage others as well. With this page, I hope to foster a community of love, kindness, respect, and growth.


When I first started blogging I had no idea the impact that my blogs would make. What started out as me just wanting to share my own personal experience with domestic violence has led to something much more. Something far greater than I could have ever imagined. I blog for those who have yet to share their stories. I blog for those who have yet to find their voices. More importantly, I blog for those who no longer have a voice.

A Life Worth Living For; a life filled with purpose, a life filled with hope and a life filled with dreams.

Follow me on Twitter: @Shauna_Driscoll 

Facebook Fan Page: A Life Worth Living For

Instagram: A_Life_Worth_Living_For

Read my story here: Shauna’s Blog


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  1. Shauna: I haven’t had the opportunity to read all of your stuff…but I love what I’ve seen so far and am sure I will find inspiration here. Hopefully I will be providing inspiration in the future. Right now, however, I’m being railroaded by a collaboration between my incorrigible soon-to-be former wife and the DA office in Collin County, Texas, which is infamous for such things and for corruption in general. I need all the emotional, spiritual, and legal help I can get. God bless you, and I’ll be in touch as things unfold.


  2. Hi Shauna, it’s a pleasure to meet you. I found your blog through Wendy’s Written Words and I wanted to take the opportunity to stop by, introduce myself and to check out your blog. Domestic violence, there was a period in my life when my three sons (who were quite small at the time) and me had to sneak out in the early morning hours to permanently get away from our abuser. After surviving the experience I was left wondering how and why it happened. Though a physchiatrist told me at the time that it was because I thought it couldn’t happen to me, I realized in my particular situation everything lined up as it was meant to. It was an awful period and looking back all these years later sometimes it feels like a dream. At any rate, I look forward to reading your posts. ~Steph

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    • Hi Stephanie, it is a pleasure meeting you as well. Thank you for stopping by my page. I am so sorry that you and your sons had to go through that experience. It is just awful. That psychiatrist is a jerk for saying that by the way, it is not a professional thing to say to someone who has just been in a traumatic experience like that. None of us go into a relationship knowing or looking for it to be abusive. When we do realize it we are so deep in that we then have to fight and try to claw our way out of it. Again, I thank you for stopping by and I hope my blogs bring comfort to you.

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      • You’re very welcome! Yes it was a tough time but as you say I was determined to claw my way out of it for my kids and to become a testimony to others who’ve endured similar situations. Life has taken many twists and turns but thankfully I’ve been able to give back in many ways.

        Have a nice weekend. 😀

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