About

Hi… I’m Suzie. Nice to meet you.

I am an author, blogger, former prison wife, survivor of Narcissistic Abuse, and a lover of the outdoors. I am also the manager of InmateBlogger.com, a website dedicated to giving inmates a voice through the therapeutic power of writing. I believe in letting the incarcerated share their opinions, struggles, and inner thoughts as a way to kickstart their rehabilitation and growth.

No single word or phrase completely defines a person. I think that ALL things combine together to make us who we are. Everyone is on the same road of experience.

I will call this blog who I am: Suzie Bosko. This is a name that is true to myself. It’s simply…me.

Feel free to leave a comment below, or you may email me at suziebosko@gmail.com.

Have a lovely day!

 

Much Love,

 

PS – Please check out my book UNIQUELY UNLOCKED.

 

 

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  1. Well, I’ve been following your husband for a while, so I figure I should also follow his better half, and in this way, get the whole picture, of a man and woman who apparently have found a better way. Works for me. I’ll read you guys later.

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  2. You both are living proof that time and distance mean nothing to the heart. The mind cannot even comprehend the language of the heart, and it never will. The heart is so precious and untamed and wild it must be kept in a cage, but there is no cage that can hold it. May God continue to bless you both, and always lead you further down the road of divine love.

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  3. You two are my heroes – the way you stay strong and positive in the face of such difficulties, the way Steven has learned slowly and painfully how to become a better person, how to find the truth in himself, your commitment to each other, and so much more. Life has sent you challenges and you turn them into opportunities. So impressed.
    Thank you so much for following our blog. I hope you enjoy the stories of our journey, both inner and outer.
    Blessings,
    Alison

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    1. Thank you so much for that heart felt comment Alison. You’re so kind. Steven is an extraordinary man…thank you for your positive and encouraging words.
      Love conquers all πŸ™‚

      Oh yeah, by the way…Steven & I are reading “The Power of Now”. He also put in an order for “Onions To Pearls”. We both thank you for sharing those titles with us. Look forward to reading stories of the two of you on your inner & outer journey. Have a fabulous day!

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      1. I’m glad. In fact, whr thr is Truth, thr is Joy. And making someone genuinely glad even for a brief moment, is what makes me in turn happy.
        WordPress has sadly become a rather dull place. I still keep posting here, but the meaningful activity has moved to Facebook. So if interested in lively comments and thought-provoking discussions, add me thr. Julien Matei Stockholm is whr you find me.

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  4. I deeply appreciate what you write about your name! A NAME simply matters. My name IS me! Everybody shall stand by his name and stand his name wherever he is and whatever it takes. No need for name-changing in any circumstances. To change one’s name is a very strong and symbolic act that has its reasons and its consequences. People often do NOT know about how much the name speaks and ruels into ones life and destiny. Sometimes the name IS YOUR DESTINY. There is power in the name.

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  5. I’m so happy to have visited your blog. Your journey is very beautiful and thanks for sharing all your experiences. Wishing all the best and looking forward for your posts πŸ™‚

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  6. Hi Suzie, thank you for following my blog. I have read with such interest your love story with Steven. It is really inspiring and makes me aware of so much that I just ‘take for granted’ in my daily life. Blessings, Noelene

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  7. Always excited to have new followers at 50figment, and counting you among the admired. Maintaining a blog for one is a challenge (been a follower of Steven’s for quite a while now), but one of your own as well Suzie? Wow. Always interesting. Kudos!

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    1. Hi Kimberly. Thanks for following Steven and I. Yes, it is a lot of work managing more than one blog, but very rewarding and amazing, too. So glad to meet you!

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  8. Hey! This is my first post as I am new to the blog! I was an inmate at the Department of Corrections, Arizona and my husband and I used to correspond with love letters as well. Boy, can you get creative when all you have is time and LOVE. Good job on your accomplishments so far!

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