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aundria adams

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Aundria Adams is the author of Wire Monkeys (currently seeking representation), a memoir of her journey into the darkest parts of the human soul while falling prey to an unlicensed, narcissistic psychologist who leads her to find truth about relationships and love in unconventional ways. After graduating from The Fashion Institute of Technology in 1999, she worked as a marketing executive until deciding to pursue writing her memoir in 2012. Aundria has worked closely with writing coaches and critique groups and has attended numerous literary workshops and events. Her homebirth essay, Arrival, was published in Midwifery Today Magazine, and her creative nonfiction essays have appeared online in The Grief Diaries, Crack the Spine, and The Bookends Review Journal.


With the rise in mental health awareness and the destigmatization of psychotherapy, she strives to serve as a resource for individuals seeking qualified therapists or those who find themselves in questionable situations with their current therapists.

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