Born with Spastic Cerebral Palsy in 1962, Vicky's life story in Call Me Victoria, is the joyous result of over thirty-five years of poems, stories and articles artfully woven together to weave the tapestry of her life. There are four major themes in this book: addiction, abuse, physical disability and pre- and perinatal psychology. Each theme emerges as a key in the overall journey of how Vicky transformed life from trial to triumph.
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