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Pre-Order your signed copy (by MollyAnn…I promise)  of “BECOMING FEARLESS”.  All Pre-Orders will ship on or slightly before the March 15th release date.




  • Alicia Madrid - February 15, 2018 - 9:48 pm

    Can’t wait , congratulations ! And mist of all thank you for sharing and being the strong woman you are.ReplyCancel

  • Liz - February 15, 2018 - 11:11 pm

    I’m excited to get your book. You are truly an inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth Sharon - February 15, 2018 - 11:17 pm

    Thrilled for you and excited to have been some little part of the journey just through this face book connection over the past couple of years. Much love and peace to you as you continue to journey forward in truth and trust.ReplyCancel

  • Krisina Hall - February 15, 2018 - 11:27 pm

    So excited!ReplyCancel

  • Cherri Reddick - February 16, 2018 - 12:31 am

    Although I might not have been here from the very beginning, I have been here with you for a long time. I am so glad to see you in a good, safe spot. You and I share many traits. Some that I don’t think that I will ever be able to be as fearless about because they involve other people’s truths. I always said that I would not tell others truths for them. Blessings to you and yours for you being able to do all that you have. Stay strong. Let the haters hate, but don’t let it get to you. And keep on being true to you and your babies. That’s all that matters. Thank you for being so honest. I am looking forward to your book. Thanks.


  • Londa Harpster - February 16, 2018 - 12:40 am

    Guuuurrrl, I CANNOT wait to share in this moment with you!!!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Scott Gibson - February 16, 2018 - 2:32 am

    Love all of youReplyCancel

  • Lori Newlin - February 16, 2018 - 7:10 am

    I can’t wait to read this! I just love you!ReplyCancel

  • Linda Gardner - February 16, 2018 - 9:13 am

    Looking forward to reading your book and hopefully meeting you so you can sign it. I live less than 2 hours from Greensboro. My husband worked there for years. Cant wait. Best of luck…ReplyCancel

  • Jean Winter - February 16, 2018 - 2:51 pm

    So excited for you!! Am preordering mine!ReplyCancel

  • Tanya Hamilton - February 18, 2018 - 9:50 am

    I can purchase this in person and save shopping.ReplyCancel

  • Todd Moore - February 18, 2018 - 10:56 am

    Got my copy ordered, it will have a place of honor on my bookshelf befitting the amazing author and her multi-faceted talentsReplyCancel

  • Patricia Maldonado - February 18, 2018 - 10:49 pm

    I am so proud of you! It’s been a pleasure getting to know you! Watching you grow! My first video was the one where you were making biscuits.
    Your future is about to SOAR!!!
    Trish (New Port Richey, Florida)ReplyCancel

  • Erica - February 20, 2018 - 11:25 am

    I have watched Molly for 2-3years !ReplyCancel

  • Debra Morgan - February 20, 2018 - 1:39 pm

    Can’t wait. I won’t cry because you would not want it! I have my big girl panties on.ReplyCancel

  • Nick Martin - February 23, 2018 - 3:47 pm

    Please sign ” To Nick…

    Thanks xoReplyCancel

  • Fran - February 24, 2018 - 11:17 am


    I just wanted to let you know that I tried ordering your book via my phone several times last night but was not able to. I clicked on add to cart and that worked, but when I clicked on Paypal all it does is give you the option to open up the Paypal app but does not transfer what is in your cart to be paid for. I just bought the book via my desktop with no issues. Not sure if anyone else was having this issue but I didn’t want you to lose any sales due to people being frustrated if they were trying to order it from their phones.

    Thank you for being you <3


  • Shannon Thompson - February 28, 2018 - 7:13 am

    You are amazing MollyAnn! Such an inspiration to all. Thank you for bringing laughter and light to this world.ReplyCancel

  • Kathy Carroll - February 28, 2018 - 2:06 pm

    Want a signed copy by MollyAnn.ReplyCancel

  • Thia Estes - February 28, 2018 - 8:42 pm

    I look forward to reading this Sister.ReplyCancel

  • Christine Rabior - March 3, 2018 - 9:20 am

    Looking forward to reading your book, 🤗 Hugs Hon.ReplyCancel

  • Thomas Johnson - March 6, 2018 - 11:56 am

    You are such a amazing woman. Wishing you all the best for you and your girls as you continue your pathReplyCancel

  • Jodi Marxer - March 6, 2018 - 12:56 pm

    I have a lot to say but, I will just tell you, you inspire me every single day and I try my damndest to set my fears aside and tell my story because not only has it affected me but my children, most of all. And I am so thrilled to see your smiling face every day! Keep on keepin on. Much love 💖ReplyCancel

  • Erica Whetzel - March 6, 2018 - 1:03 pm

    Molly you are amazingReplyCancel

  • Jennifer Gilde - March 6, 2018 - 6:26 pm

    I can’t wait to read your book! I’ve enjoyed the light that you bring to this dark world and I, too have overcome so much! It’s awesome to see people overcome their circumstances and refuse to give up!❤️ReplyCancel

  • Stefani - March 7, 2018 - 2:31 pm

    I just ordered mine! I’m so excited to read this! You’re amazing!ReplyCancel

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I’ve been designing and making clothes since I was a little girl. It started with my Barbies and then turned into me staying up late in high school to design a dress to wear the next day. My passion has grown and I still continue to LOVE it when I take the time to design and create a new piece. THIS one has my heart in it, for sure.  Jennifer Paganelli (whom I adore) of Sisboom Fabrics sent me yards and yards of one of her designs. I knew I couldn’t use it on just any dress. Now I just need a festival to go to.


Photography by Bill Welch


Photography by Bill Welch


Photography by Bill Welch

The top I crocheted from my mind, as I went it took shape. Then I constructed the skirt and added it on. Who knows, I may yet add more to it. What do you think of it?

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There was a time in my life when even I could not experience my story at its full horror. Early winter of 2015 I began writing my book, about being a childhood, sexual, abuse, survivor. I told a couple of my confidants that I could feel that I was opening Pandora’s box. Anyone who has experienced trauma and especially early childhood, sexual trauma, rape and torture will fully identify with feeling as though your brain is not and has never been your own. I am still in the process of writing my story. It is important. It is important for all of us to come out of the shadows and refuse to keep the secrets that have all but destroyed us. It is important because as I go through intensive therapy through my flashbacks. It is the hardest thing that I have ever faced. I have a new hope that others need to hear. I use to believe that faith alone would heal. I no longer believe that. My healing is coming rapidly and with great effort on my part and those closest to me.

It gives me hope to see more and more in the media that is bringing attention to human sex trafficking, pedophilia and ritual abuse of children and young adults.  It is all horrible. It is all beyond evil. There are no explanations for the levels of human depravity that I alone have experienced. When I think about the countless others who have lived these vile torments and others going through it now, helpless and hopeless…I am more and more driven to heal and to become a voice for those who believe they are voiceless.  I AM ANGRY! I WILL NOT BE SILENT! I URGE YOU TO NOT BE SILENT!

From the age of 6-9 months old until I was 15 years old I was my paternal grandfather’s object.  At his hands and those of many other males and females I was raped, tied and forced to do unthinkable things. I witnessed unspeakable things. I was punished severely the one time I tried to keep my parents from a trip that would leave me in his care…before I turned 6 years old I experienced ritualistic, cult, gang rape, electrocution, animal sacrifices and still more that I have not completely faced. I was sold in a hotel room in broad daylight. I was a blonde, blue-eyed, middle class little girl in a seemingly privileged, well-to-do American family. The face of sexual abuse and trafficking is every human face. It is my face.

In February I let my wonderful Facebook fans know that I was facing the hardest trial of my life and that is what I have been doing. The mental and emotional exhaustion are overwhelming. The physical pain has been more intense than I experienced in unmedicated, natural, child birth. There have been many times as I have relived the flashbacks that I feared the pain, the memories and the utter anger and sadness would be the end of me. But, I refuse. I refuse everyday to give another ounce of my life to those monsters. I refuse to give up. I refuse to not be happy. I REFUSE TO KEEP THEIR SECRETS! I REFUSE TO BE SILENT!!!!

I AM HEALING! I WILL use my story, my voice and my platform to cheer aloud to the others, still in the shadows, that IT IS TIME TO BE FREE!!! I WILL! I WILL be a part of the movement that demands that we STOP THE SILENCE! I AM MORE THAN A SURVIVOR!!!!

I am taking back my life and sanity.

I have a lot of laughter, hope and help to share….and I am just getting started!



  • Becky - April 5, 2016 - 8:43 pm

    I applaud your courage.ReplyCancel

  • Delaina Goff - April 5, 2016 - 8:44 pm

    YOU are an amazing woman. I love your videos and you always bring a smile to my face even when I’m not happy. Keep that smile on your face! <3ReplyCancel

  • MARGARET MOORE - April 5, 2016 - 8:45 pm

    You are a real survivor. Thanks for sharing your story.ReplyCancel

  • Sheila - April 5, 2016 - 8:50 pm

    I can emphasize with part of what you went through. Hugs, love, and prayers!ReplyCancel

  • Jacob Baldwin - April 5, 2016 - 8:53 pm

    you are one amazing woman I am glad you are sharing your story. It will help many others dealing with the same demonsReplyCancel

  • Roberta Perez - April 5, 2016 - 8:55 pm

    You are awsom Molly…Thank you.ReplyCancel

  • Trina Turner - April 5, 2016 - 8:55 pm

    MollyAnn thank you for sharing a snippet of your story and being so transparent with everyone….you will help a lot of people….God will use our mess as a message…..God bless you and yours!ReplyCancel

  • Stacy - April 5, 2016 - 8:58 pm

    Thank you for being a brave survivor and fighting the battle of not being a victim any longer. I am 50 and just started my survivor climb 3 years ago. WOW what a roller coaster of emotions. I have learned to “love me” !ReplyCancel

  • Roy Wasson - April 5, 2016 - 8:58 pm

    You are an overcomer. May God bless and protect you.ReplyCancel

  • Sara jacobs - April 5, 2016 - 8:59 pm

    U are such an inspiration to me.ReplyCancel

  • patti - April 5, 2016 - 9:01 pm

    I to am a survivorReplyCancel

  • Kelli W - April 5, 2016 - 9:02 pm

    Hi Molly Ann,
    I can totally relate to your article as my childhood was filled with sexual abuse from mostly all of my mom’s boyfriends. I felt alone & abandoned as a small child. I am 42 and will never forget every horrid detail of my childhood no matter how hard I try. I’m encouraged by your article and am looking forward to reading your book in the future. God Bless.
    ❤️ KelliReplyCancel

  • Bonnie - April 5, 2016 - 9:04 pm

    I’m praying for you, I can see you’re a strong person & I know you will come out of this stonger.ReplyCancel

  • Kim - April 5, 2016 - 9:06 pm

    You are remarkableReplyCancel

  • Shasta - April 5, 2016 - 9:07 pm

    Prayers for you Molly….and thank you.ReplyCancel

  • Yvonne - April 5, 2016 - 9:07 pm

    I admire your courage more than I have words to express! I too understand that the only way to rid yourself of the darkness is to bring it to the light. You never know how strong you are until strong is all you can be — and you, dear lady, are an Amazon, a Wonder Woman! You faith, your humor, and the love of your beautiful family have helped bring you to this place, and I wish you nothing but happiness and joy!!ReplyCancel

  • Deb - April 5, 2016 - 9:07 pm

    Thank you for sharing. You are a very strong woman. I know this is hard for you to talk about, because I too was molested and raped by my step father, step brother, and step cousin from the ages of 4 to 10. It still plays over and over in my mind as well. But we trudge on, cause I refuse to let them win! Stay strong my sister in pain!ReplyCancel

  • Novella - April 5, 2016 - 9:09 pm

    Oh Molly what a brave soul you are. I can’t imagine the hell you have gone through. Bless you girl. You make me laugh. I share your posts with my grand daughters. They love you also. I hope the people who hurt you can be punished.ReplyCancel

  • Raynee Branch - April 5, 2016 - 9:10 pm

    I’m proud of you! I went through similar things as a child and I keep finding myself in therapy because it affects my relationships even when I think I’ve sorted it out for the last time. You will be in my prayers always! Thanks for the smiles you continually give me. You are one uhmazing soul Molly Ann!ReplyCancel

  • Vickie Byrd - April 5, 2016 - 9:11 pm

    I too am a Survivor. When I was a child I was the victim. I carried ownership for years that I am a victim. I have came past the victim stage in life and tried to change life so it didn’t repeat history down the line. Unfortunately no matter how hard I tried it didn’t work my daughter also feel victim right before Thanksgiving 2014. She suffered so much and she as a child had to sit face to face in court for her perpetrator to get life. I kinda had to make her do the court as scary as it was it was the right thing to do for herself and other kids. But that was the start to her healing. There is nothing you can do to change a past. But you can change the future you can be a victim for life or stand up and be a Survivor. MOLLY ANN WYMER your great I’m sure your words help a lot of people keep up the great work. Every life helped is so worth it at the end of the day.ReplyCancel

  • Amanda - April 5, 2016 - 9:11 pm

    You are an amazing person!! Props to using your voice in a positive manner! You never know how many lives could be saved one day by speaking out. Bless you!ReplyCancel

  • Janice Etienne - April 5, 2016 - 9:11 pm

    Molly Ann ,You are so brave.Climb that mountain .You can see the top . JanReplyCancel

  • Pamela Hill - April 5, 2016 - 9:11 pm

    Never stop sharing your story- someone will always need to hear it.
    Praying for you as you walk through your healing to the freedom on the other side.ReplyCancel

  • AMY KRCHMAR - April 5, 2016 - 9:12 pm

    I am thankful for you!ReplyCancel

  • Folsul Foley - April 5, 2016 - 9:14 pm

    Thank you for sharingReplyCancel

  • Shelly reeves - April 5, 2016 - 9:17 pm

    I am so sorry you had to go through all that!… I pray for you happiness in these years that overcome all the sadness and pain in your past years. I hope you have all the strength in the world to help change it for someone else…..😘… Much love from texasReplyCancel

  • Cindy henderson - April 5, 2016 - 9:18 pm

    I am a survivor and no longer allow them to control my mind, thoughts or deeds. !!!! Much love to ya !! Stay strong!!ReplyCancel

  • Jessica - April 5, 2016 - 9:20 pm

    I too have been through what you have been through and your right it has been the hardest thing I have ever been through. I don’t know how to heal. I have tried. It has almost ruined my marriage on more than one occasion. I thought I finally got “justice” when I helped put my attacker who tourtured me from the time I was 2-14 behind bars after he molested another child from his church, however it just made it worse and it is slowly ruining my life. I have help so many others with this issue, helped them over come, helped them to heal, helped them to grow but, never quite able to help myself. You (we) are not alone. I am glad you share your story as I always do mine. I pray for your continued healingReplyCancel

  • Kim - April 5, 2016 - 9:21 pm

    Never be silent! You are more than a survivor! I treasure your humor! You are a class act and this was written well! Makes me very proud of you and I don’t even know you! May you know happiness forever!ReplyCancel

  • Kathi Mineer - April 5, 2016 - 9:22 pm

    Bravo !! I also was abused sexually and in ritualistic cult, from the time I was born until I was 15. I have walked where you are walking and have gone through many hours of struggle and tears of healing. I have also stood to proclaim my life and have taken back my voice. It is not an easy road and many do not understand anything of the horror that was put on one in this manner. My walk with the Lord has saved me not only from hell but from the horrors and I thank God everyday that I am sane. Many are not. So….keep allowing yourself to heal.. no matter what anyone says or does. The true mark on your life is the one from the Lord and it is one of beauty. I am now a person who helps others heal from the life. The Lord has turned it around for every ritual and sacrifice I was made to be a part of and witness. He is using me to redeem lives for His Glory… So… carry on, fight and the allow His love to continue to wash over you…ReplyCancel

  • LaNae - April 5, 2016 - 9:22 pm

    Praying for you as you navigate this journey!ReplyCancel

  • Sherri - April 5, 2016 - 9:23 pm

    I myself have been abused by one of my grandmothers boyfriends uncle Bert, and by a pasture, and by a babysitter, and babysitters brother, so I completely understand what you went through and how you feel , I really never loved or trusted men, or woman. But I’m glad you are working through it, much love sent,ReplyCancel

  • Cindy - April 5, 2016 - 9:24 pm

    God bless you honey!! I’m so sorry you had to live like that. But God is good and he brought you though. Use your voice!!!ReplyCancel

  • Alexis Archunde - April 5, 2016 - 9:24 pm

    This is amazing Molly.
    My prayers are with you and your strength and passion to help yourself and those around you. Bravo ❤️ReplyCancel

  • Wendy - April 5, 2016 - 9:24 pm

    I am so in awe of how you handle what happened to you! I hope my son and I come out on top like that someday!ReplyCancel

  • Wendy - April 5, 2016 - 9:24 pm

    I am so in awe of how you handle what happened to you! I hope my son and I come out on top like that someday!ReplyCancel

  • Eva Jo - April 5, 2016 - 9:26 pm

    Thanks for sharing. I still hide. One day I will reach your level. The hurt, pain, and shame are gone. I don’t want to hurt my living family that had no part in my history. All parties are deceased. I just let it go.ReplyCancel

  • KathieDee - April 5, 2016 - 9:28 pm

    Thank you for continuing to survive bravely and boldly! I, too, am a survivor. I married an abuser early in my life before my healing began… He too was an abuser who took liberties with our own child.
    Oh how I love each day, now living free, totally free. It’s a freedom that I have to willfully take hold of each new day.
    I bless you xo and thank you for sharing your story with all of us. Thank you for being a voice. Love, KathieDeeReplyCancel

  • Cameron - April 5, 2016 - 9:30 pm

    While I admit I do not share your particular pains, I have mine, too. Speaking up can very cathartic.

    The only thing I can do is ask that you Be Safe when you do this. You have my Best Wishes and Prayers for your safety and Healing.ReplyCancel

  • sandra - April 5, 2016 - 9:32 pm

    You are a survivor. Your ordeal has made you the powerful woman you are today. Thank you for being brave enough to tell your story. Time will not heal all the wounds, but you are not going through it alone. You have alot of supporters in this world.ReplyCancel

  • Daron Akins - April 5, 2016 - 9:35 pm


    What you have done here, is not only brave, courageous, and inspiring; it is truth, honesty, determination, and most of all, a turn of the page in your life story.

    You are not only letting go of these past horrors, you are staring them in the face and speaking with boldness and certainty, “You are not my life, you are a past, and you are not an important part of who I am! I rose above you, I beat you, and you have nothing. My life is joy, humor, happines, and love. I own my life now!”

    What happened, and there is no question it was horrendous, but, it is “what happened” and certainly is not what is happening in this moment, in your life, in your future, or in your heart.

    You are a Champion!

    With great respect and admiration, and a confidence for all the best, in all you do,

    Stay YOU,

  • Amanda haigh - April 5, 2016 - 9:36 pm

    MollyAnn, I love you. I don’t know you but I love you. The compassionate , vocal woman that is NOT silent. That gives a Voice to those that have none. Positive warm thoughts and prayers for the Warrior that you are.ReplyCancel

  • Kim - April 5, 2016 - 9:37 pm

    Thank you.ReplyCancel

  • Jess - April 5, 2016 - 9:38 pm

    I commend you for speaking out and not keeping silent. I am not a sexual abuse survivor but I am a domestic abuse survivor. Sometimes it is very hard to face the day but I make myself do it otherwise I would seclude myself and that is no way to live. Keep going strong your story will halo so many. Set goals for yourself achieve them set new ones and you will continue to overcome the horrendous nature of the crimes committed against you. I will be praying that you find healing and peace. Remember that it was not your fault and never blame yourself for the evil actions of others. I look forward to reading your book when it comes out.

    Whisking you peace, growth and love 😊ReplyCancel

  • Withheld - April 5, 2016 - 9:41 pm

    I can relate. Thank you for speaking up. My motto is their is always someone who has it worse than me.ReplyCancel

  • Kemberly - April 5, 2016 - 9:46 pm

    I am so sorry that you were hurt at such an early age and for so long by someone who should have loved you and been your protector. Much love, big hugs, and daily prayers for you, such a strong, loving, caring, compassionate human being!ReplyCancel

  • Marian - April 5, 2016 - 9:49 pm

    My thoughts and prayers are with you. It’s a long hard journey but well worth it. I took a line from a book of Jesse Lairs, he said “Shame on my family for what I am today, shame on me if I stay that way” They had ruined my life and so I decided that day that they were not going to get one more second of it. That was the turning point in my life. This was 35 years ago, and at that time there was little, if any literature on the subject, and no one dared talked about it. I was a single mother of 4 children, and so secretly I rode a bus for 500 miles every week for 22 weeks, to the nearest sexual assault centre, to attend sessions on ‘Adults Molested as Children’. And that was just the beginning. It was a long hard journey, but well worth it. You will be in my thoughts and prayers and I am sending you healing vibes.ReplyCancel

  • Sandi - April 5, 2016 - 9:51 pm

    Hi Molly, thank you for sharing your story. I am so sorry for all you have been through, I shared your story on my wall, my husband, son as well as almost all of my friends are also survivors of sexual abuse(my son was a neighbor girl who messed with him which tells me she was also being abused or how else would a 9 year old know what to do to a kindergartner),I know it has messed my husband and son both up ,I was never sexually abused but was verbally and emotionally for most of my life, a Breast Cancer survivor also,and have PTSD,my wall is sometimes hard for people to look at as it is a huge portion of it about child abuse.I love your courage and humor and always post your videos to lighten up the darkness on my page.You are a beacon of light girl!God Bless you Molly!ReplyCancel

  • Rick McNully - April 5, 2016 - 9:52 pm

    God Bless you Molly Ann. I had no ideal what you have battled. I just remember how you made me smile when I watched your posts. You made my day better when I needed that little boost. God is smiling also and you gained a totally new respect from me.ReplyCancel

  • Bekki - April 5, 2016 - 9:53 pm

    Thanks for sharing your story. You are an awesome person. You make me laugh on a daily basis. God bless you and your family.ReplyCancel

  • Elaine - April 5, 2016 - 9:59 pm

    I’m so proud of you for finding the strength and courage to become a voice for those that are stifled, the tower for the downtrodden, and the light for those who never saw a way out of the darkness. Peace be with you, Sister. May your heart continue to grow and your blessings multiply beyond the stars.ReplyCancel

  • Tanya Miracle - April 5, 2016 - 10:02 pm

    When we share our dark secrets we take their power away and we give others the knowledge that they are not alone. Thank you for sharing. You are a beautiful ray of sunshine.

    March on brave warrior, March on!

    Love and hugs.ReplyCancel

  • Stacy - April 5, 2016 - 10:08 pm

    I too share your pain and even after 17 years of therapy although I still struggle I will keep trying relationships with a man seem to be the hardest but I’m lucky that I have found someone who has vowed to never give up on me and grow with me as I continue to try to heal. I am in awe of your strength and how strong you are in the sense that you are not being silent any longer I think for me talking about it is the hardest part. I look forward to your continued post and offer my support and prayers as you continue to healReplyCancel

  • Samantha - April 5, 2016 - 10:10 pm

    From birth till 13 years of age by a mentally handicapped uncle. And I honor the healing in you as in myself. Much love to you, Molly Ann.ReplyCancel

  • Sally - April 5, 2016 - 10:13 pm

    MollyAnn, I’m very sorry to hear of your abuse. You are quite a survivor, kiddo. Thanks so much for baring this part of your soul to us, and especially thank you for encouraging other women who have been sexually abused, to refuse to be silent about it! You are a quite an inspiration!ReplyCancel

  • Lynne - April 5, 2016 - 10:13 pm

    Molly I love your posts and look forward to them. I am so sorry that you had to go through that. I hope at some point they were punished for what they did to you. You are a very strong person to share this and I know that you will overcome this and God is there to help you through this just have the faith. I will keep you in my prayers. I think you are an amazing person .ReplyCancel

  • Sandra Rains DeBusk - April 5, 2016 - 10:18 pm

    Molly, may God Bless you through your journey of truth and sharing and create in you, a peace no one can steal. <3ReplyCancel

  • Bill W - April 5, 2016 - 10:19 pm

    I had to survive two dishonest parents I felt unwanted, but I had self value and overcame the home life. Peace be with you Mollyann. Peace be with both of us.ReplyCancel

  • Penny - April 5, 2016 - 10:20 pm

    My hat’s off to you!!!

    I, too, am a survivor of sexual, physical and emotional abuse so I can relate to a small degree compared to what you’ve been through. Mine started at the age of 5 and until I was 16- with various men, but mostly from my biological father. Again, blonde and cute. 80lbs.
    Boy, I wish I knew you better. How did you survive? I’ve been married 3 times and each time, each man represented something of my father so in every marriage I was abused. This last one I waited 12 years before marrying him…. to heal myself…. just to get involved with a man who is just like my dad…. maybe worse (with 3 death threats). Long story short, I’m out of it- separated at the moment.
    If it wasn’t for my strong religious beliefs, I don’t think I’d be here today.

    Kudos to you, strong lady!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Kathy - April 5, 2016 - 10:24 pm

    You are amazing! If only I had half of your courage! May you continue to find your peace!ReplyCancel

  • Small town girl - April 5, 2016 - 10:24 pm

    Molly, How sad. So glad your healing has begun. I was raped by a police officer at age 17. He was 22. His family went to church with my family. I didn’t tell my mom for 2 years because I didn’t think anyone would believe me and didn’t want my name drug through the mud. He did it again to another girl. I don’t trust men or anyone in uniform because of him. Prayers for peace in your life.ReplyCancel

  • Anita - April 5, 2016 - 10:30 pm

    Sweetheart that took courage to open up to tell the world God Bless You.♥️ReplyCancel

  • Patty Navarrette - April 5, 2016 - 10:32 pm

    I am a Survivor of sexual child abuse from my biological father.
    Wow..! At the age of 51, this is the first time I’ve stated this publicly… only a very few number of people have ever been told.
    It certainly is not an easy subject to think about, much less, talk about. I applaud your courage and your voice in this.ReplyCancel

  • Karen Austin - April 5, 2016 - 10:41 pm

    once again, thank you.ReplyCancel

  • Nancy - April 5, 2016 - 11:01 pm

    What I learned from my experiences, which were very similar to yours, is that there’s a difference between being a victim, being a survivor, and being yourself! Self-accountability (yes, believe it or not) is what will move you through and beyond being a victim. Having self-forgiveness is what will help you journey into being a survivor (yes, self-forgiveness because despite what others did to you, it’s you who are making yourself feel guilt, shame, and worthlessness.). And finally, for me, listening to Jesus through focused meditation is what helped me find my true self — not exactly who I would have been if all the horrors hadn’t happened, because those experiences made me strong; rather, I discovered that compassion for others’ pain and humor at myself helped me grow my strengths instead of anger and fear. It can be done, and you’re worth all the time and effort it takes to make this journey. I wish you grace, luck and love!ReplyCancel

  • Torri - April 5, 2016 - 11:04 pm

    Proof there is hope 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Tammy - April 5, 2016 - 11:14 pm

    Molly, I have also been a victim of physical, mental and sexual abuse and rape. I has taken over 40 years to start to heal, but I am also angry and trying to no longer let those things rule my life. Bless you. Strive, Survive and stay Alive and healthy.ReplyCancel

  • Judy Brewer - April 5, 2016 - 11:24 pm

    Molly Ann Wymer! You have my empathy, I love you! The word sympathy comes from the latin word sympatico meaning same. I cannot sympathize because I truly cannot even imagine one percent of your horror, torture, pain and scars. Molly I am praying that God heals you and GREATLY blesses you and your lovely children. He can give back what the canker worm has stolen and he certainly stole much from you. I am so amazed that anyone could live through this at all. But, to not only live, but, be the amazing, friendly, kind and sharing person that you are shows such strength of character. The fact that you put these funny videos on to greatly lift the spirits of so many people who are completely unknown to you shows such love and light from your spirit. Thank God for you, Molly! Yours is such a powerful testimony already. Openly sharing your journey like this will inspire many people who think that they will never have a life because they have suffered at the hands of a monster. I am praying for you as you take these steps to open and remove these wounds. I pray that the impact of you sharing this with the world will be phenomenal! Your strength and your love for God makes you exactly the right person to make this huge difference!ReplyCancel

  • Gloria - April 5, 2016 - 11:39 pm

    MollyAnn, the majority of us, cannot begin to comprehend, what you have been through. You are definitely a member of the “tough cookie club.” You are beautiful, and non of this was your fault. You need to expose every person. They need to be accountable. Dear God, protect children from EVIL PEOPLE.ReplyCancel

  • Jessica - April 5, 2016 - 11:40 pm

    I’m so proud of you for sharing your story. I had wondered what you meant back in February when you posted about your hardest trial. I even have it saved on my computer to look at when I feel the weakest. I, too, was sexually abused as a child. At the end of this month, I will start an intense type of therapy that I will travel an hour and a half for (one way), once a week, for over a year. I’m sure I’ll go back to your words and I can hardly wait for your book <3ReplyCancel

  • Ric - April 5, 2016 - 11:44 pm

    You.re a strong woman.im sorry for your hardships you faced…may the good lord help you heal and find you peace in thedays ahead.
    God blessReplyCancel

  • Meredith Hudson - April 6, 2016 - 12:39 am

    You are not alone. And you make others know that we are not alone. Bless you, Angel.ReplyCancel

  • Kate - April 6, 2016 - 12:57 am

    My mom grew up in a cult where very similar things happened to her. She even developed multiple personalities from it. I applaud you from not letting fear tell your story, since there are so many in the same position! I’m grateful everyday that she escaped and kept me safe as well!!ReplyCancel

  • Kellie - April 6, 2016 - 1:18 am

    Not even in my wildest dreams (or nightmares) could I ever imagine what you have been through My heart breaks for the little girl you were. However, it is renewed by the awesome woman you have become. Evil hides in the shadows but you; lovely, positive lady live in the sunshine. May you continue to grow and shine bright. I have no doubt that just by speaking out you will be a help and support to others how have suffered in silence. My love and bucket loads of good vibes to you. xxReplyCancel

  • Jason M - April 6, 2016 - 1:31 am

    Thanks for this. As the husband of someone who has gone through many of the same things I can’t imagine what it took to say those things. I especially agree with what you said about Faith not being enough to heal. So many naive people think that God can heal those wounds, and while there are great things that happen when someone comes to know the Lord, it doesn’t heal the hurts. Wish we would have known that decades ago…. Anyway, our prayers for you and your family as you battle. Thanks for doing what you do and keepin it real.ReplyCancel

  • Marilyn Horvath - April 6, 2016 - 1:45 am

    Amazing courage! Not only do I applaud you but I’m praying for complete healing in every way for you.ReplyCancel

  • Garry russ jr. - April 6, 2016 - 4:39 am

    Mollyann you are a amazing person. I’m sure it took a lot of courage to write this. I hope things get better for you emotionally. I never have gone through anything close to that but i do know that takes a lot of courage to not only talk about but to write it too. Love your videos that you do especially the “booty call” one lol.ReplyCancel

  • Holly - April 6, 2016 - 5:08 am

    Wow. You just became more interesting. Incredible you overcame occult ritualistic abuse. Do you experience any dissociative personality(s) issues? Animal sacrifices, so we’re they satanists? I’d love for you to expose what they practiced and the imaginary powers they think they received from blood sacrifices, rape, and torture. Kathy O’Brien, a victim herself, has written and spoken extensively on the topic of overcoming and remembering her ritualistic abuse and sex slavery she blocked out and compartmentalized for decades. Check her out. http://youtu.be/SeilPYh4zzcReplyCancel

    • Holly - April 6, 2016 - 5:38 am

      In the YouTube link I shared, she gets into detailing how she overcame the ritualistic abuse starting about the 6 minute mark. Sorry the beginning of her speech is so political, she was gang raped and ritualistically abused by govt. officials as well as family members, why she has such a political slant.ReplyCancel

  • Holly - April 6, 2016 - 5:08 am

    Wow. You just became more interesting. Incredible you overcame occult ritualistic abuse. Do you experience any dissociative personality(s) issues? Animal sacrifices, so we’re they satanists? I’d love for you to expose what they practiced and the imaginary powers they think they received from blood sacrifices, rape, and torture. Kathy O’Brien, a victim herself, has written and spoken extensively on the topic of overcoming and remembering her ritualistic abuse and sex slavery she blocked out and compartmentalized for decades. Check her out. http://youtu.be/SeilPYh4zzcReplyCancel

  • JuneBug - April 6, 2016 - 6:21 am

    MollyAnn, I’m sorry for your pain! I too have been there/done that. I faced it when I was young. My mother taught me from the time I was 2 that I had a big wonderful voice and I was to use it if anyone touched me or abused me. I was drugged when I was 9 and a family member did things to me I could not even imagine because I was so innocent. I didn’t know what even happened because of the drugs. I was scared and threatened with my the death of my dogs if I told. I first refused to be around him. Then my mom took me aside and told me I had to go to a family function and my grandmother wanted to see me. It was then I spilled my horror. Well, the family function wasn’t very fun because the police showed up and arrested him. Everyone was furious & said he was being taken unfairly. I remember my mother standing on a table and screaming at the top of her lungs that she would make sure he never saw the light of day for what he did. Oh the family was a mess. There were sides taken until….. 4 other girls & 2 boys told their parents similar stories. My uncle was the one everyone looked up to because he was so handsome, funny and the jock star. He was the favorite because he went onto college and played football and was scheduled to be drafted into the NFL. My mother’s threat came true because he didn’t get to see the light of day. He was killed in jail about in his 5th year of 50 year sentence. Unfortunately, our family never mended. We have gone years without seeing some of the family and some died without speaking with us. But the best part of this story is that I now have beautiful daughters and they also know how to protect themselves and they know this story. They know what a mess I went through and my mother and I sat down with them to tell them that horror story. I know they will protect their children and it will be done down the line of all my grandchildren and great grandchildren. I am sorry you had to go through this and lose yourself in the process. It is wonderful you have found your voice and you are teaching whoever will listen to protect your children most of all.ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth Montgomery - April 6, 2016 - 7:32 am

    Thank you Molly Ann for being the wonderful person you are. You have a kindness and warmth about you . I feel like I have known you forever ! Please know that we love you and support you sweet lady !ReplyCancel

  • Dawn - April 6, 2016 - 7:53 am

    Thank you for sharing just a small snippet of your story / journey. I started my climb out he rabbit hole a little over 2 years ago. I am still struggling to find my self worth, to feel loved and to feel worthy of being loved. But each day is a new day. Someday I will look in the mirror and see what my husband see’s and not a monster looking back at me. Some days are better than othersReplyCancel

  • Sharon - April 6, 2016 - 8:08 am

    Such. Unbelievable sick people do
    But you are a beautiful person . My prayers
    For you. Stay strong against evilReplyCancel

  • Timothy Torrie - April 6, 2016 - 8:47 am

    I have met many who have suffered these unthinkable, unimaginable atrocities. it rips my heart apartReplyCancel

  • Terri - April 6, 2016 - 9:01 am

    I look forward to reading your book. My life has been a roller coaster of emotions. I wish I knew early on what I know now. There is hope.ReplyCancel

  • Katie - April 6, 2016 - 9:30 am

    Wow! Molly Ann, I had no idea you had been through so much. You are such a happy, bubbly person, I would have never guessed you had been through something so horrible. I applaud you for speaking up & giving other victims of abuse someone to look up to & feel like they too can speak up. Its such a horrible, horrible thing that I will never ever begin to understand what causes a human being to do such an evil heinous crime. You are truly one of the strongest people I “know” (follow on social media) Keep on speaking out, you could help save another victims life who feels stuck like they can’t speak up & tell someone. Thank you for sharing, even though I’m sure its very hard. You are an amazing, strong, beautiful, inspirational, hilarious, loving, wonderful mother, and caring woman who I am so happy to follow. God Bless you Molly Ann Wymer🙏❤💪ReplyCancel

  • Sue Tait - April 6, 2016 - 10:06 am

    While I ache for the child you were who was hurt so horrendously, I am filled with joy for the person you are now. Amazed that you have healed as well as you have. I applaud your strength and resolve, and admire your sense of purpose. I have no personal experience that I can relate to yours, I am grateful that I don’t, but I still imagine the pain and sadness and hopelessness you must have felt from as far back as you can remember.You are a wonder of resiliency, and I am in awe of the ability you have to keep your sense of self, and your sense of humor and your positive outlook on life. You are a beacon of hope for others who have suffered, and an example of strength for those of us who have not had your experiences, but who sympathize and try to understand. Thank you for being YOU!ReplyCancel

  • Shelia Henderson - April 6, 2016 - 11:31 am

    I too am a survivor. It was my father, and my mother knew it was happening. She would make me get in bed with him. I knew if I told anyone my father would literally kill me so I didn’t tell anyone till I was 17. Many members of my dad’s family became angry with me for telling because it was difficult for them to handle. They all said I shouldn’t have ever said anything. I’m 56 years old now and I can say, without a doubt, that healing comes with letting it out and talking about it!!! The abuse has made us who we are. I am a strong woman who can handle most anything. My mom and dad asked for forgiveness and I have forgiven them. They think I should just forget the abuse. I wish I could. What they don’t realize is that forgiveness is a continual thing. There are many, many nights I run from my dad in my dreams but he always catches me. Its like living it all over again. It takes me days to get over the fear and disgust again. That’s when I need to talk about it. By the way, I have NEVER left either of my 6 children alone with my dad. My mom passed away several years ago. Thank you so much for sharing your story. I really want to read your book. I’m sorry for your pain.ReplyCancel

  • Robin Luftig - April 6, 2016 - 12:12 pm

    Great post, Molly Ann!

    I am sorry others acted as if they had the right to hurt you as they did. But you’re healing now. Healing is not only an opportunity, but a responsibility. I applaud you for your efforts toward becoming who God intended you to be.

    Your voice will help others find their way through their own darkness.

    You go, girl!ReplyCancel

  • Ann - April 6, 2016 - 12:26 pm

    Molly Ann,
    When I read your story it felt like I was reading mine. I went through a difficult journey in the healing process for 26 yrs. The darkness was so thick and overwhelming that I thought I would never see the light. With loving support, excellent therapists and God I am now in the light.

    The abuse will always be a part of my history but it’s not who I am. I see this as an opportunity to help others who have walked the walk through the path of abuse.

    I applaud you for your courage to share your story. I once was beginning a book with the help of a ghostwriter but I decided to stop it. I was being drawn back into the darkness. I asked my Son to pray about this for me. Two weeks later he says “Mom, why do you want to go back there? You are happy now.” His words spoke volumes. So, I now will support others without a book.ReplyCancel

  • anonymous - April 6, 2016 - 12:33 pm

    i Just read (I am more than a survivor)

    Miss MollyAnn,
    I am deeply in love with a young lady. Well she is slightly older than I am. Im 32 and she is about to be 36. How ever she is a survivor of sexual abuse. she was molested from ages 9-11. I want so bad to be able to just hold her and love on her and I can’t because of what she has been through. She is opening up and talking about it. I just want to be a help and not a hindrance to her. Not being able to touch her is so hard for me. I come from a family of huggers. It breaks my heart that not just affectionate touch but touch all together is hard for her. It wouldn’t fix anything but if i could find the man that caused my princess this pain i would hurt him until he begged forgivness from her.She told me just yesterday that she has had so many relationships fail because she can’t get past touch. She said i know intimacy is part of a realtionship and its sad and aggrivating to me. I wish so bad i could rewind time and prevent it from happening. Any information you can offer will be greatly helpful. And thank you so much for being brave enough to write about your story. I told her about you. I hope and pray she looks you up.ReplyCancel

  • Being Brave - April 6, 2016 - 1:36 pm

    Please check out the group “This is My Brave” at thisismybrave.org They are people all surviving and sharing their stories across the US. There are several cities with evening coming up in May. If you are able to attend one or even just look on youtube and see last year’s show you can see how impactful sharing is!!!!! Thank you for sharing your story!ReplyCancel

  • Nathan Allred - April 6, 2016 - 4:27 pm

    You are one of the strongest people I know Molly! I know this has all been very hard but you are doing such a wonderful job. You have already touched so many and will continue to. You rock Molly!! 🙂


  • Terry - April 6, 2016 - 5:30 pm

    Molly — You are not alone. My story is nowhere near as severe as yours but my paternal grandfather did things to me that no one knows about. I wouldn’t even know how to begin to discuss with anyone. Maybe this is step 1. Thank you for your courage for those of us with none. 🙁ReplyCancel

  • Barb - April 6, 2016 - 6:40 pm

    You are a survivor, MollyAnn, as am I!! I was repeatedly raped by my babysitters elderly grandfather between the ages of 4-5. I finally got free of the guilt ( yes that’s what me, as the little girl, felt) when I was 55. You have a head start. You will be free! He can’t hurt you any more! Hugs to you!!❤️ReplyCancel

  • Callie Brown - April 6, 2016 - 9:29 pm

    I’m currently 16 years old. I was molested when I was maybe 12 or 13. And led me to find my self blinded by love where I was emotionally abused and guilted if I wasn’t “I’m the mood” guilted until I gave in. Along with several other traumatic events I have faced throughout my life, I have pondered writing a book about it all. To publish for anyond who would be given hope from it, even if it was only one person… I struggle with just deciding to put words to it, afraid to relive each moment. You have been through so much more undeserved pain then I could possibly imagine, and this brought tears to my eyes. You are a brave, strong, and truly amazing women. I don’t need to really know you to know that. I don’t know you, but I’m proud of you for still being here, and changing an unbelievably cruel story into something that could save others. I don’t know what you believe, but I’ll be praying for you. And I hope God gives you a truly beyond happy ending… Thank you. Thank you for being brave, thank you for speaking up. Thank you… For it means more to me alone then I could ever find the words to describe. Thank you… For tonight, I was set on taking my last breath, and ending the pain. But this, this saved me. I will fight. I will not let him win. Thank you.. Thank you so much.ReplyCancel

    • Molz - April 9, 2016 - 6:51 pm

      Thank you for sharing that with me….please do not end your precious life. The shame and guilt that you carry is not yours, you can lay it down now, it belongs to your abuser, not you. YOU have a life to LIVE and a WORLD TO CHANGE!ReplyCancel

  • Gail Prentice - April 7, 2016 - 12:32 am

    I encourage you to continue to take a bold stand against this horrible act of inhumanity. I will commit to pray diligently for you and all of those who suffer this atrocity. May God bless you as you strive in your healing and direct you as you speak out words of encouragement for others who, like you, have suffered these acts of brutality.ReplyCancel

  • Don - April 7, 2016 - 3:02 am

    Hi Molly Ann,

    I cried as I read this… I cried for your pain… I cried for mine. I have been unexplainably drawn to you since I first saw one of your videos several months ago. Now, I know why. You are an inspiration, Molly Ann. Thank you for existing. Thank you for sharing. May you feel God’s loving embrace, know His peace, and know that you have made a difference.


  • Carla - April 7, 2016 - 12:24 pm

    Your strength and pure heart warms my heart… Thanks for that and for being such an inspiration.ReplyCancel

  • Belle - February 24, 2018 - 7:13 am

    I am looking forward to reading your book. The fear is rising as I read your explanation, as there are unresolved issues for me to face, things that have been ignored and pushed down for years. My perpetrator still lives and denies all. Thank you for your courage and fearlessness. Hopefully all who still hurt will find something within these pages that will enable us to come into the bright light of the truth. Congrats, Molly, and BLESSINGS…ReplyCancel

  • Betsy Romine McGraw - March 1, 2018 - 8:00 pm

    I’ve been following for years and I had no idea. I knew it was dark but God!ReplyCancel

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Men. I love REAL men. No, I am not about to give you an archaic definition of what a “real” man is (although I do think it is kind of sexy when a guy grunts….but, whatever) (oh…and beards….). What I mean by REAL is REAL…like, as a human. A man who KNOWS himself and says, “Hey….take me or leave me…if you do not like who I am or what I stand for that is okay and if you feel a need to disrespect me you can fart off now, savvy?”.

I will say I have met a couple of real men in my lifetime. Men, who, for NO ONES SAKE, wear a societal mask or its restrictions on them and whom they choose to be. I use to think this meant the rough and tumbly tattooed bikers, only. But, honestly, not all of them are real or being true to themselves by default. You can look anyway and attach to any group of people and still very easily be living a lie internally. You may be scratching your head now, “well, how do you KNOW a real man when you see one?” I am glad that you asked, because it has taken me long time to figure it out.

1)He is confident.

I am not talking about being an egotistical, toddler in disguise. I am talking about a deep, internal, confidence. He fears no opinion, or subject matter. He dresses HIS way, not bowing to materialistic crutches of labels and visual, wealth status. He carries himself with confidence because he knows who he is and he is at peace with himself…he radiates that peace back to others through respect and honesty on every front.

2)He is kind.

Regardless of his height, weight or physical strength, social standing and financial status, he treats everyone with kindness. Even when someone or something needs to be confronted, he is not cruel or malicious…EVER. He will never intentionally hurt you or anyone.

3)He is emotionally stable.

He does not need you. I know, it sounds harsh, but he does not NEED YOU. If you are in a relationship with such a man, it is easy and effortless because he is not hanging upon you for his emotional needs to be met. Will you meet some emotional needs? Of course, in a good relationship, you will both meet emotional needs in each other. The difference in a real man is that he is not DEPENDENT on you for his happiness and peace in life, he had that before you and now you only add to it and make it richer (if you are a REAL person also…wink, wink).

4)His presence brings you peace.

His presence brings you internal exhaling because he asks nothing of you, but that you also be at peace and be happy and whole. He wants ALL of you. He wants you to be all of who you are without fear of judgement or abandonment.  A real man will add more and more and more to your life everyday, because he is all about making sure that you are at ease and he will begin to take care of things without you asking, to make your life less stressful, because that is part of his happiness, to see those that he loves not worrying and at peace.

5)He will never leave you guessing about where you stand with him.

I say it over and over because I have been there more than once, “If you do not know where you stand with a man in a romantic situation, then it is time to move on.”  A confident man will, straight out of the gate, tell you, knowing there is a risk of rejection, that he wants you and only you and unless you tell him to go away he will be all in, with you and only you.

6) He will not quit when things are hard.

Not only will he not quit when trials arise, he will rise as the leader each and every time. EVERY time. He will assure you, “Everything is going to be okay, I am not going anywhere, we will get through this, together.” Period.

7)He will not let anyone disrespect you. 

Pity the fool that disrespects this man’s lady. He is not looking for fights, but, he is always alert and aware of your surroundings. His protective instincts (not control or jealousy) are to keep you safe at every turn. He doesn’t need violence to set a fool straight, but, if the need ever arose, you better believe he would defend those he loves, without hesitation.

8) He is vulnerable. 

The strong, real man, that lets you into his heart, when he gives you his heart, he is trusting you at the deepest level he is capable of. With all that he does and gives and how he cherishes you, once he feels safe, you will see the soft, sweet, gentle vulnerability in his eyes that craves your gentleness, your tenderness, your appreciation and above all, your respect of who he is.

In my own life things began to change for me internally when I allowed my self to be loved by a real man. When I saw that he wasn’t giving up on a scarred and damaged heart and soul. I began to see him pouring his time and energy into a woman (me) who was giving him no promises or hopes for tomorrow, but he saw through my pain and my demons and decided I was worth the fight. It is not for the faint-hearted to love a woman who has been severely abused. It is a calling. Ladies, there are good, strong, loving, real man in the world….YOU are the only one who can decide that that is what you deserve and choose to accept him when he is standing right in front of you.

It’s a long, hard, beautiful, sad, chaotic, peaceful journey…and it so much better with a REAL human by your side. Become real and that is what you will attract.



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  • Noureddine - April 4, 2016 - 4:33 pm

    I am true rebel peace believer looking for someone who knows the obligations of life and am sure l will make her happy . Danyo.freedom is my SkypeReplyCancel

  • Sherri Shreve - April 4, 2016 - 8:05 pm

    MollyAnn, you are so awesome. Your words are so encouraging…and I can always count on you to pick me up when I am down with your charming sense of humor.
    Love ya Girl,
    Sherri ShreveReplyCancel

  • Sue Collins - April 4, 2016 - 11:43 pm

    You nailed it Molly Ann!!ReplyCancel

  • Mike Taylor - April 5, 2016 - 1:18 pm

    I like you. You are obviously full of life and very open about yourself and a confident woman. Love reading and viewing your videos on situations and advise. Stay the course…. MikeReplyCancel

  • Michelle Hollingsworth - April 5, 2016 - 9:55 pm

    Thank you for sharing yourself and experiences with the world. Never stop being yourself. Your voice will speak to so many girls and women who need to hear what you have to say. Seeing it in print helps those of us who need to read it, and re-read it, and re-re-read it….’til it finally sinks in!

    God bless you, Gurl!

  • noureddine - April 6, 2016 - 8:05 am

    dear molly how are your affairs wish I could be a thousand good . so before I say anything about my life I want to be honest with you saying that I feel something in my heart. its like a little flame . every time I see you this flame lights up this flame is special for you.I would conquer the whole world as long as you are holding the other .you are so beautiful that you give the sun reason to shine .The moment I first saw you, you warmed my heart, the second time you made little flames and now you make my heart burn like hell! How are you? Your profile warmed my heart and I decided that you are real here with serious intentions. So I am writing to you. What should I do with my wish to start acquaintance with you .I have been sitting here looking at your profile and thinking about you for quite awhile .I believe you have special qualities that make me want to know you. I would like very much to communicate with you to see what could become of a relationship between us. I would like to communicate through email and chat. I want to find out if there is something on which to build a relationship. If we do find out that we are that special person to each other . noureddineReplyCancel

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IMG_6756It still amazes me when people look at me with pity, when they hear that I have all of you…and that your dad and I are divorced…that I am single mom raising you 80% of the time. It amazes me because if they knew you guys at all…they would want to be me.  I know as you grow older that more and more of our lives together will come into focus and make more sense to you…but, on the off chance that somethings are still blurry, and in case I never get to tell you…you all have saved my life. IMG_6760I know that statement is hard for some people to handle, but, I want you to fully understand what I mean. The happiest moments of my life, all come from moments being your mother. I have battled deep depression, severe to paralyzing anxiety and time and time again…knowing that you need me and that you need me to be strong is what has pushed me to fight to be happier, stronger and more successful.  I never knew what unconditional love was until I experienced forgiveness from each of you, for various reasons. You will find out a great secret when you have your own children…and that secret is that all parents are scared to death…none of us really know what we are doing. I mean we are perfect parents….until you actually get here. We look around and compare notes with what everyone else is doing and find ourselves constantly falling short of what you, as our children, deserve. IMG_6761_2I thought you would be born with some type of magical fairy dust…but, you were born with so much more. You came here, flesh from my flesh and bone from my bone…you didn’t ask to be brought to life, but there you were, each and everyone of you…fully formed and needing me the second that you took your first breath. There is no way to prepare for that moment. If I never do anything else in my lifetime…there are 5 incredible humans on this planet that spread joy and laughter and acceptance everywhere that you go. But, seriously, less of the bickering at home would be awesome…seriously guys…a little more cleaning would also be fabulous.IMG_6762So many times I have questioned, “Why me?”, there are way more deserving people in the world, likely better parents than me, that could give you a better life, but, you came to me…I get to be your mom. I know I mess up a lot, I forget a lot, I zone out a lot and maybe you feel like I am not as in tune to your lives as I should be…I think it is because of all of the responsibility that is involved in keeping us going as a family takes a lot of my brain space, constantly…maybe you think that I am not thinking a lot about you…but everything that I think about and do is because of you. IMG_6780_2I have a lot of time to think when you are all with your dad and I have learned that the silence when you are gone is 10x more painful than the noise and raucous chaos that you all produce when you are here. If I could redo so many things and make our lives perfect…I would so do it…in a heartbeat, I would do it. I know how hard the last 4 years have been…but, I also know that you are all incredibly strong, loving compassionate young people and I know you have great purposes ahead of you. The most exciting part of being your mom is anticipating the difference that you will make in the world around you. You CAN change the world…every single one of you can…and I fully expect to sit back with a smile in my heart and tears of pride on my face as you all do. I know you will because, somewhere deep inside, you are part me…and I am a fighter…not just for sanity, life and survival, but a fighter for all of you to live full, happy, fulfilling lives…I have done my best to LIVE in front of you, so that it comes without you thinking about it and I get to witness each of you, TRULY living,  every day.IMG_6782_2I’m not asking for much in my old age…just a few things as your mom…If you MUST tell the world that I am crazy, then please wait until I am gone, then have at it. E, I know you are afraid of me losing my mind as it is so weird already…so I appreciate fully, your promise to “Notebook” me and come read to me the stories of our lives together. A, I know that no matter what in this life, the other 4 will be able to count on you as the big brother, the leader of this eclectic pack. L, my bodyguard and protector, your heart and willingness to protect those that you love is truly a calling and a gift to the rest of us. A, you inspire me in your compassion for your friends, your creativity and passion…you remind me of someone….L, my sweet muffin…your love is so priceless, your hugs are so healing, your free-spirit so sweet. Again, what did I ever do to deserve any time on this planet with any of you?IMG_6784_2I know you HATE getting ready for our annual family picture, but, wow….every year…I am reminded that I have the best family EVER! Yep, a family. Some people want to call us “broken” and “shattered” but, honestly….I don’t see anything broken in these pictures…You know the people that I said earlier try to throw pity on me? If they only knew how incredibly rich I am…like I said, because of all of you, they would want to be me.IMG_6797_2Girls, there are some things that I have learned that I want you to always remember, they are lessons I have paid for at a very high price and pass them to you as “an inheritance” type of thing.

  1. You owe no man any part of you, ever.
  2. You are a priceless treasure, you are not for everyone…if a very above average young man comes along and can prove his worthiness of you, you will always have my full blessing and support.
  3. You do not need a man to live a full, happy, exhilerating, purpose filled life…I mean….the right one will make all those things richer, but, don’t wait around for him…LIVE your life and your purpose NOW.
  4. Your beauty is internal, in how you affect those around you, how your character radiates in a world full of lost beings…be a light…shine brightly….I know that you will.
  5. I love you, so much.IMG_6804Boys…I am watching you grow into men everyday…and I am speechless…where does the time go? Why do you do crazy things? I know by watching you and your love for me and your sisters that you are going to be amazing husbands and fathers one day…and if you choose not to be…you will always have my love and support.   BE GOOD to yourselves, your bodies, your futures…every decision you make can affect your tomorrow….live in today with tomorrow always on your horizon. Be good to every woman that you encounter. BE GOOD  to every man that you encounter.  Protect the helpless, stand for what is right and just and true and call me at least twice a week when you are grown and on your own (between ages 18-21). Your power is in living YOUR purpose, do not let anyone tell you that you CANNOT do what is written in your soul to pursue and accomplish in this world.

I am once again…speechless….How was I ever chosen to be your momma? I don’t know….but, I’m going to keep getting better and better at it…because that is what you deserve.



  • Corinne Corley - February 2, 2016 - 5:27 pm

    Ms. Wymer:

    I have been a lawyer for 33 years, a family law practitioner for 24 years, and a mother for almost 25 years. I have seen everything, from abuse, personal and clients; to neglect; to substance abuse; to disinterest; to great parenting.

    Your open letter to your children touched my heart. Thank you for sharing this. I know there is a chance that one or more of your children will roll their eyes and say, “Mom, please! You’re embarrassing me!” but that’s just our lot as parents. In fact, I tell my son, that embarrassing him is part of the job description.

    I follow your FB page and your website, and I must say, you strike me as an awesome Mom and a really wonderful human being. Thank you for sharing your journey with us. Speaking for myself but probably reflecting what others feel, your open sharing contributes a significant amount to my life. You inspire me.


    Corinne Corley
    Mother of Patrick,
    Three-times divorced woman,
    Lawyer, Mugwump, and Human BeingReplyCancel

  • Linda Dudley - February 2, 2016 - 5:34 pm

    Thank you so much for sharing this, MollyAnn. I have 7 children, all grown now, but was a single parent when my youngest was 1, and the oldest 15. You have said all the things I would like to say, but much better than I ever could have. They were the best part of my life.ReplyCancel

  • Melissa Clay - February 2, 2016 - 5:42 pm

    Thank you for writing this. I met you when you sang at The Leopold in Bellingham, WA but I had no idea you struggle with depression and anxiety as I do myself… Or that you are a single mom… As I am too. This letter is inspiring and touching and I thank you for sharing it and your life with the world.ReplyCancel

  • Connie Gaudette - February 2, 2016 - 5:48 pm

    Beautifully said MollyAnn. ♡ReplyCancel

  • Chris - February 2, 2016 - 5:58 pm

    “How was I ever chosen to be your momma? I don’t know….but, I’m going to keep getting better and better at it…because that is what you deserve.”

    Your kids are who they are BECAUSE you are their mother.
    From watching and reading I believe you bring a lot to the table.
    Never stop believing in yourself!ReplyCancel

  • Marie McAuley Abbott - February 2, 2016 - 6:23 pm

    Just want to say what a lovely letter you have written to your children! I recently found your videos on facebook, love them!! I want to say that being a mother and battling major depression and anxiety is a whole lot to deal with!!! My daughter is 48, has a 18 with Autism and a 16daughter with anxiety. My daughter has battled the same sever issues since her daughter was born. She and now you are my heros!! I know how hard it is to walk that walk. God bless you and your beautiful family!! You are a blessing to many of us!!
    Never doubt what you give your kids!! Love is forever and always!
    Bless you, MarieReplyCancel

  • Pam Phillips - February 2, 2016 - 6:31 pm

    MollyAnn – You are truly an inspiration. You’ve said everything I’d love to say to my children, including embarrassing them is part of the job. (I always said it was payback for the times they did it to me.) You’ve inspired me to tell them, even if they don’t want to hear it – it’s a “guy thing” and they’re just going to have to get over it. Keep on keeping it real.ReplyCancel

  • Melissa - February 2, 2016 - 6:35 pm

    Thank you for sharing this. I have 3 boys. My 6 year old is blind. I too get pity looks and so many people patting me saying “you poor thing.” But like you I feel empowered as his mama. I truly feel my self worth has improved since the day they laid him in my arms. His condition has shaped me as a mother and in turn has impacted my ability to mother all my boys. I think because he’s different I don’t always feel the pressure of keeping up with the battle of wits and bragging again every other mother out there. I celebrate milestones that other wouldn’t even blink at. I love my boys fiercely and I love my husband just as much. My marriage has blossomed into a wonderful partnership in which I really owe the fact that we have had to go through some sh ** together to come out on top today.
    So I want to take a sec and say, “You’re doing a great job mama.”ReplyCancel

  • Carole - February 2, 2016 - 6:49 pm

    Molly, this open letter to your children says it all in such a beautiful way!! I have been following you for awhile and I hope you continue to do what you are doing – it is so nice that you are able to make us laugh once in a while! I am a “young” 😊 70 year old grandmother and have shared some of your videos with my teen age granddaughters who enjoy you as well. If you ever speak or sing in a public venue, I would like to know and go! I live in Asheboro. Keep on keeping on!!ReplyCancel

  • bob kresse - February 2, 2016 - 7:13 pm

    Just want to say that I am so pleasantly grateful to have come across your FB and You Tube stuff; I cannot remember how ; I think my friend Frank M, another blues guitarist had shared it. Well , getting past the initial first impression if you will, I came to see a BRILLIANT social commentary, done with outstanding humor. You are BEAUTIFULLY BRILLIANT. I went back to college at age 56 and became a social worker, working with substance abuse and alcoholism. I work music and humor into my treatment programs and I just wanted to let you know how you may very well be helping many women who have overcome what you have with humor. Even the haters and “idjits” cannot stop you,keep doing what you’re doing gal….you have a huge fan here in NYC.ReplyCancel

  • Elaine Anderson - February 2, 2016 - 7:16 pm

    Molly Ann,
    My husband and i could not have children but I did have a wonderful Mother. My parents were pastors and mom was our protector, teacher, clothier, ( she made our clothes) and defender. The pastors kids are watched and are to be perfectly behaved. When we weren’t she was the one who defended us. Mom was strict at time, we thought, but she was preparing us to be adults. I see that now. I am 62 and my sister is 67. Our mom said as long as she was alive she was our mother and would continue to teach us and correct us. She told me once that when her mother died she realized she was the one and only person who loved her for just being her. She died in 2004 and I realize how true her statement was. The one thing she did was teach us about the Lord. She passed on her Spiritual Heritage to us. My sister and I have not always lived according to those teachings but she stood on the Scripture about if you raise them up in the way they should go they will return to it when they are old. The Lord honored her prayers and we now live for Him. So many times during our lives in so many adult situations (we have talked about it, my sister and I) we now see how the Lord protected us. Of all the things she taught us our Spiritual Heritage is the most important. I enjoyed your open letter! You are a very caring and loving mother. Children learn how to live by watching their parents. With all your depression and anxiety, teach your children that we all have problems but we work thru them and are overcomers with the help of our Lord. He never leaves us! I have no doubt that your children will be adults that will make you proud. They are beautiful like their mother. Your sense of humour is such an asset in raising children. They do such wonderful things and in the pictures it shows they know how to have fun together. That is important……enjoying each other’s company. Well I had not intended to write an epistle here. I am just a fan. You are to be admired for all your wonderful talents and your children are the icing. God Bless you and keep you and yours in His Hand.ReplyCancel

  • Linda Burns - February 2, 2016 - 8:34 pm

    That was just wonderfull.I read your stuff every day.You cheer me up so much.Just keep on keeping it real.ReplyCancel

  • Joyce Heishman - February 2, 2016 - 9:59 pm

    Your strength shows. Your kids are beautiful and handsome. Joy shines out of all of you. I am 72. You never stop being a Mom. It is a lifetime job. I have a tendency to upset my grandchildren, because I don’t pull any punches in saying what I feel is right. Someday they will know you are out to protect them. Things change but human kindness should never change.Values ARE important. Teaching you kids their self value is important and let know one tear that down. Keep on being a Mamma bear. You are doing a great job. May God bless and keep you all.ReplyCancel

  • Karen White - February 3, 2016 - 2:24 pm

    I am a momma, too. Thank you for writing those beautiful heartfelt words that I feel but could not write.ReplyCancel

  • Emelie - April 5, 2016 - 11:00 pm

    This is a beautiful, poignant love letter to your babies. I struggle at feeling like the I am the Mama my 3 loves deserve. It is nice to hear the stories of others who feel the same. Makes me feel less alone. Thank you for sharing this deeply personal letter. Your babies are lucky to have you.ReplyCancel

  • Monty Winters - August 16, 2016 - 5:56 pm

    I thought I couldn’t love you anymore than I do but after reading this you simply blew me away. Yeah, the big guy is rather blubbery right now. You are an amazing woman who also happens to be Supermom. I can attest to this as I witnessed you in action and grew to love your kids. You are blessed and these beautiful words will live on as a heartfelt testament for your kids and everyone that you touch. I love you. mReplyCancel

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