R.E. Peron De Jesus
R.E. Peron De Jesus is a single mother of three. She has worked in the financial industry for over twenty years and has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with concentrations in Finance and International Business. She has done volunteer work with disadvantaged youth throughout her years as an adult. She must stay unknown because of the nature of her work and who she is for now. You will understand once you read "What You Cannot See - A Real Life Novella."
What You Cannot See - A Real Life Novella
This book is a creative non-fiction book composed of multiple conversations that actually occurred to tell one story. The story is inspired by and based on the true events of one woman's life. This book contains mature subjects discussed in detail to try to help bring awareness to mental illness, sexual abuse, physical abuse, emotional abuse, psychological abuse, neglect, abandonment, social anxiety, self-hatred, racism, colorism, sexism, discrimination, oppression, etc., and the severity of the consequences of these illnesses and actions, since such acts do not seem to be taken seriously within our society. The effect of extreme false occult-like religions is expressed in this woman's life as well. All the names of the individuals in this story have been changed or have not been used to avoid any privacy concerns.
The story tells of how one woman tries to navigate and understand her life amid extreme circumstances during her childhood. As an adult, somehow, she not only survives but thrives. She seems to be normal. No one can see what she has experienced. No one can see who she is. Only a few can actually see her. Everyone has their own false perception of her. She blends into society somehow. She has been diagnosed with depression, anxiety disorder, panic attacks, traumatic stress disorder, and attention deficit disorder. She only ever tells her story to those who seem to have no hope, have the desire to be helped, need to learn how to fight, or they need proof that they can overcome regardless of who they are; until now.