About Marie and her Passions

Brupark 20 jul

I tried to briefly say something about myself in this post. I had equally before then introduced My “Personal Page” on my blog in the most flowery of languages I could come up with as can be read here:

My Passions are many but above all, I am passionate to be an inspiration in my own modest way in as much as I was and still is inspired by many!

I may have been diagnosed with PTSD and RA but those don’t define me – hence I stigmatize stigma by sharing the good, the shaggy and the looney about my thrilling life…

info@marieabanga.com

@merrywithmarie

https://www.amazon.com/author/marieabanga

© Marie Abanga 2014

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21 thoughts on “About Marie and her Passions”

  1. Dear friend, Thank you very much, I was really happy to have been following your blog. I’m still a lot to figure out, and here I can only say that you are an awesome blogger, full Inspiring and hope you can inspire more readers. Thanks and greetings compassion from Gede Prama 🙂

    1. Dear Gede,

      Thank you very much for following humble and modest me first.

      Yours is also one of compassion and yes passion. We both sure inspire each other and several others too.

      Kind regards, Marie 🙂

  2. I have been by here twice, but I gather I have offended you in my online dialogue. Was there something you wanted to discuss? I know we mentioned the blogging/ consulting, but I don’t do that anymore. Not worth the time and effort. Did you need help in some other way? -OM

    1. Hi OM, oh no far from it, your online dialogue is simply and frankly harsh reality. Hence l browse by there every now and then. l was reacting to your post on some people not replying and all but maybe l missed the sense you were making? It is true that you never got back to tell me you weren’t doing the blogging/consulting anymore and although l first took that for a snub or maybe that my niche was too much for your liking, l came to understand life rolls on. You see, l am learning the hard way which has often times in life been my best way. lt sure is slowly but surely for me, but don’t worry am ok. Cheers OM

      1. Welp I didn’t realize I hadn’t gotten back to you. My apologies, I thought I had. While I do keep the dialogue short, I never intentional slight bloggers.

  3. Marie, came by to visit your blog and like what I see. Just ordered your memoir from Amazon and look forward to reading it. And will actually post a review on my blog in conjunction with the guest post we plan on discussing via email. Blessings on your week!

    1. Dear Sherrey,

      Thank you so much 🙂 To be candid, l still don’t know how to stop crying whenever l feel such genuine warmth – unconditional l dare add. Please, l look so forward to your review and mentoring further.
      loads of love, Marie

    1. Thank you Marjma, let me go to my country Cameroon to bury my brother who died on Saturday, then once back, I will gladly accept the award. That is some sparkle for now though and I appreciate your nominating me 🙂

  4. Well Hello Marie,

    Thanks for visiting my blog! Not sure how you found me, but happy you did! And I’m loving yours. I’m a new fan and now following. Hope you’ll come by again soon! Follow me on Twitter @kitcatlyon and I’ll give you a media Shoutout!

    Much Happiness,
    Author, Catherine Lyon & Lyon Media & Book Promotions 🙂

    1. Dear Kate,

      Tragedy brought me to your blog. I followed comments on Rhonda’s blog.
      I never knew her before nor heard of her daughter’s demise until yesterday. A friend lit a candle for her and, maybe because l am grieving too, l am prone to following all those grief links. A sad sad sad sad sad tale indeed.
      I wish that family better indeed.
      Thanks

      1. Hello Marie,

        Yes, very sad indeed. She, like me had a very loud voice in advocating about Mental illness, and specifically severe bipolar depression that we both suffer from. Yes, the stars at night seem a lot less bright without hers in it. Thank you for the kind thoughts. Catherine 🙂 XO

    1. Wow, am I not really starting off this year Gracefully? Thank you so much Heidi. Where is the award photo and rules for acceptance or is yours a photoless and ruleless one? hahaha

    2. Don’t mind me Heidi, no sooner had I fired off “my show off comment” than I got the notification of your post in my blog. Hope to get to that around mid january because this week already set and as from Thursday is funeral time – lost my grandma and out here those are huge funerals

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