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Sunday, May 24, 2015

Who Am I? by Megan Cyrulewski book review

This is a book I deemed necessary to read this year. It's on my 12 must reads for the year and loved it!

My Review:

Who Am I? is a powerful account of one woman’s battle through abuse and post-partum depression. Kudos to Megan for having the intelligence and strength to make it through. I have no doubt she shed billions of tears to make it out. Her legal background comes out in the book as she sticks mostly to the facts. She rants every so often, but good for her. It’s therapeutic. She has hysterically sarcastic thoughts. I found myself remembering my own bad marriage and all the times I thought pretty much the same thoughts. I don’t read a lot of nonfiction but this book stood out as “I have to read it”. I think because I knew I could relate to it.

I want to point out that Megan had a support crew including her beautiful daughter Madelyne who helped her immensely. That’s key. A support group of loved ones give strength when the abusee can take no more – they are a backbone and lifeline. Abuse is difficult to heal from and escape it’s even more difficult if not nearly impossible alone. I recommend her book to anyone especially those who need strength to escape their situation.

Megan's Blog


  1. Thank you so much for the awesome review!! I will post tomorrow on my social media sites. xo

    1. Yw! Thank you for sharing your story. I hope it gives people strength.