I made it out by Avisha El

In these times as we emerge out of the pandemic, many people are struggling with mental health issues, loneliness and isolation. Avishai’s book is a self help story which can help you find hope in the dark times, as she did.

‘I Made It Out,’ details the raw, uncut, and honest life events of Avishai El.  She is 32 years old and decided to write this book to help other people who are going through situations that they feel as though they can’t get out of.  She affirms that you can get out of any situation and provides historical context in which she used her mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual capacities to face challenges head on.  In order to maintain peace, one has to go through things in life to get there.  She has gone through ups and downs.  All readers from all walks of life will be able to relate to her shared experiences.  On days where you feel low in life and on days where you feel high on life, opening this book and reading it will provide you with the tools you need to succeed no matter what.  Some of the imagery is explicit to paint a visual picture for the reader. Avishai believes that if she could get through it you can. You can make it out.

Avishai started off her life well. She was beautiful – brown skin, black curly hair, chubby cheeks, full lips, slanted eyes, and weighing a good 11lbs 11ozs. Her father, a former marine, now worked as a psychiatric aid, her mother, a software engineer. Avishai’s father struggled with alcoholism and a cigarette addiction but he was always her hero, watching her while her mother was at work.

Avishai says, “I was a daddy’s girl. He was my best friend and someone that I thought I would be close to forever. He was a good father, filled with love and compassion for his daughter. Sleeping was not my strong suit as a baby, so he would drive me around in his car until I fell asleep. Although I was a baby, I still remember how good I felt and how the sky looked. The purple skies passing away into a midnight blue as the sun was saying, ‘goodbye.’ But who would have thought that the sun’s ‘goodbye’ would be an omen for my life? Who knew the person that I was the closest to would turn into a stranger.”

To find out what happens to Avishai and how she comes through the experience, read the book and follow the author. The links are below.











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About journojohnson

I qualified as a journalist in 2002 and after a period working as a freelance for Gloucester Media writing advertorials, interviews, articles and press releases I have gone on to write for lots of magazines and newspapers, both local and national. I write regularly for the Writers and Readers magazine but have also written for CPO's Inspire, the New Writer, Classic Ford, and Take a Break's My Favourite Recipes among many others. I published my first full-length historical novel. Waireka in 2018 and my romantic novella, Alpha Male in 2016. Both can be found on Amazon. Please follow the links on my book page.
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