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Vennie Kocsis is an author, artist, oracle, and multi-talented individual who takes great pride in her accomplishments. As an advocate against child abuse, Vennie shares her experiences growing up in an evangelical, end-times cult known as Sam Fife’s Move of God, which continues to exist today.
In addition to being a promotor of healing, Vennie understands the processes of living a self-care lifestyle.
Vennie is available for interviews and other media appearances. Children’s trauma and sexual abuse are some of her specialties. She also speaks about growing up in and out of cults, cult dynamics, and healing from child abuse.
Read Vennie’s memoir, “Cult Child.”
Read “Dusted Shelves,” Vennie’s first poetry book.
Listen to “Dusted Shelves” on c.d. Each poem is complete with sound effects and musical scoring.
Take the first step into healing with Vennie’s simple journaling system, “Becoming Gratitude.”
My mother was a psychopath. She wasn’t born with that personality.
I’m putting life together piece by piece, repurposing what was once mine. I’m no longer the broken, frail girl I used to be.
To find your balance, master the art of gratitude.
This passage from my memoir “Cult Child” discusses a near-death experience I had when I was five years old.
One Year. 165 Hours. The Final Product.
Don’t store the detritus in your body. It will mire down your feet.