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laura from toronto
i wrote a whole post but why would you care about me
Laura M from toronto
Cup, number one i'm crying my eyes out while in write this. First off, a piece of cake was amazing and i related to 95*% of the book. i thought i was alone going through my struggles. I am a natural blonde white 20 year old but I dont think that even matters because your book taught that no matter who you are- shits fucked lol to be honest. I almost killed myself 20+ times in my 20 years living doing the same shit as you, but now I know I can do better. im clean as welll. I know your busy being famous and all but if you could reach out i would be estatic ( p.s. spelling is hard)
Donna from Summit
Dear Cupcake: Your heartfelt story has resonated with me a most appropriate time in my journey. Having 3 years of sobriety, my disease screamed that I did not have a disease, and we both know what followed. This cunning and baffling internal debate in my head went on and on for a year, again wreaking havoc in all areas of my life. In utter defeat, I again asked God for help, and became brutally honest with myself. I thank Him every day that I made it back to the rooms. I now put my sobriety before ANYTHING, hold onto my seat and willingly take suggestions from those who love and support me; my network and family. I am a grateful alcoholic who would not change the life I have now for anything. I get stronger one day at a time. Thank you for sharing your experience, strength and hope, which I can only imagine was a most challenging task. We are not less than, we are miracles! If it is His plan, one day I will be blessed with the opportunity to cross paths with with you at one of your speaking engagements, to personally thank you for giving it away so others can keep it.
Jennifer from Philadelphia
Hey Ms. Brown! I just finished reading your book and have loved every moment of it! I am 35 years old and have struggled through many issues for the most part of my life. Your book has inspired me to get the help that i need and i took a big step this past week in doing so. I have told many others about your story and insisted they take the time to read your book. Congrats on all of your accomplishments and a big thanks to you for touching my heart and getting me started on helping myself for once!
chasity ahsad from los angles
hay , i read you book while i was incarcerated in los padrinos juvenile hall . you book touched my heart and i reallly loved it i tell people everyday to go read it its a sad but upcoming story and i share it like its mine . it was really sad what you went thew but i like how you over came it . your really inspiring
Kisha M. from Richmond, VA
Its been over 10 years since I read your story and this past week I had to pick someone that I admire for a paper. I remember thinking it over for days and not being able to come up with anyone. Two days ago I thought about you and your story and despite your past you were able to pull it together and become someone others could look up to. There are many young women in the world with a story similar to yours who have not and may never be able to find away out. My story does not fit the mold but I like so many others find myself in a cycle that seem to keep me bound. As a child my dream was to become a lawyer and the after a child right out of high school I decided to be a paralegal instead. I recently started my second attempt at at 34 and up until a few days ago consider dropping out again. However as I picked you for the subject of my paper I realized that I cant, if I do not complete this task for myself I must do it for my babies and for women who may never see the beauty within and push for better. It will be an honor to one day meet you. May you continue to be bless! K.M.
Madalene from Oxford Ct
Cupcake it was a pleasure to met you and Val. Your story is uplifting and yet very sad. My heart broke for that little 11 year old girl. I just want to say I am so very sorry that they "system" failed her. Children should never go through what you did. You are a true inspiration to dope-aholics with a very powerful message. Thank you for your visit and it was a pleasure having you at Soren's birthday. I hope to see you again someday.
Sara from Vista
Hi I really enjoyed your book I just finished it ! I couldn't put it down your story is sad but amazing in the end did you ever marry and have children if Not it's ok God has blessed you and your book and story has given me courage to go back to school I am sober now 11 months ...thank you cup God bless
Patty Johnson from Cassville, Mo.
I am 55 years old and a book-a-holic! I loved this book so much! It is proof of what a wonderful God we serve. Anyone can do anything with God on their side. Thank you for sharing your lifes story. I was very touched. You are indeed a strong, amazing lady. God bless you.
AlteredByChrist from Pittsburgh PA
Cupcake, My Name is April. Right now I am in a 1/2 way house in Pittsburgh, PA where I moved 6 yrs ago to pursue what I thought was going to be the Love of My Life.... Little did I know Moving over 2,000 miles away from the my Home town in the West Coast to here would be the start of the most Abusive Torturous and Heart Breaking time of my entire life. From Domestic Abuse, to Criminal charges, stints behind bars, Alcohol & Drug Abuse, A few visits to Psych Wards, Women Shelters & Rehabs and the Final Decision to Surrender My Life and Will over to the Care of God as I Understood Him; I was finally able to get off the streets, clean and sober and start living with Integrity as the Woman of God I was created to Be. I found out about your book in a Rehab I was in and could Never get your name out of my head. Once I was able to go to the local library I ordered it to be reserved. It is one of the most amazing and remarkable books I have ever read thus far. I would actually have to say it has become my All time favorite book. I would really love a personal copy for my own collection being that I have to return this one to the library. But being that I am not working yet I may have to wait until I am back on my own 2 feet to purchase it . I just want to say Thank You soooo much for sharing your Experience, Strength and Hope with me and many others. Keep me in your prayers. I will Always treasure you!! You're in my prayers too!
Nona from NYC
Sooooooo.... Your book is one of many chosen for my summer reading. I am not quite finished (on page 349) and I have to say I've had to put the book down several times to really process what I was reading. I appreciate your vivid depiction of your past life because it actually gives people hope that there is a pot of gold at the end of everyone's rainbow. Everyone has come from some kind of adversity. As I read your book I often feel like I'm watching all of these things happen like a fly on the wall. And now as I read about you going to rehab, I can exhale because I questioned what else is there for you to endure. It's wonderful to know that through all of this, YOU MADE IT! Thank you for sharing for story, your journey, and your triumph.
Christina from NYC
Mrs Brown, I have just finished reading your book, and to be quite honest, I haven't experienced emotions while reading like that in a very, very long time. I live & work in NYC as a nurse, and encounter all walks of life, your book has truly made me feel even more dedicated to my patients and profession then ever before. To read your story, and feel those emotions, it made me want to reach out to you, and give you a huge hug. For both the young Cupcake, and you now. It is truly disgusting how our world works, and the system in the great US of A. No child should have to go through struggles as you have, or even feel unloved. Nevertheless, I am so overjoyed to know that despite everything that went on in your life, you blossomed into a beautiful, successful woman. And most importantly, CLEAN. God is GOOD my friend - and I wish you many, many, many more years of health, love and happiness. Thank you for sharing your story with the world! May God Bless You Always! Xox. Christina
Darlene from Sacramento
Hi Cupcake, Just finished reading your book. It was a great read. I heard an interview you did on a radio station I listen to and you mentioned the book. I read it immediately. What an eye opener; your strength to persevere is inspirational. You give hope to people. You gave hope to me. Thank you.
Heather from Delaware
hi! i just loved your book! i really cannot find the words to say how much it touched me... i couldn't put it down & know it will sit with me forever. thank you so very much for sharing your story! i hope you are doing well!
Kimberly Nelson from Warner Robins
Hello! I came across your memoir when looking for interesting books to add to my classroom library for my students. I am so inspired by your story, and after one student read the book and returned it, she quickly spread the word about how amazing your story was. I couldn't keep the book on the shelf. Thank you for sharing! I teach so many kids who are going through many of the things you experienced, and it is important for them to see someone who has taken the power back in their life. You are an inspiration to all! Thanks again!
Morgan Everitt from Brooklyn
Hi Cupcake! I picked your book up at random and am so glad I did. I've been completely absorbed by it for weeks (I'm a slow reader). You're amazing and I am so grateful that you were able to be so open and share your past with us. It gave me such an amazing look into a world I don't know at all and that's really the most amazing thing an artist and a human being can do. THANK YOU.
Aafreen Khatib from Mumbai
Hi Cupcake! Cupcake is such a sweet and cute name! I came across your book in the library while going through a section of self development books. For me, no book has been this intriguing in a long, long time. I just couldn't put it down. It is so inspirational! I have already recommended the book to people. The moment I finished the book, I googled your name and found your website. May God bless all those people who helped you turn around your life, and may God bless you for your courage and may God help all those who undergo similar struggles and pain. Much love and appreciation from India!
Kids From The Missoula County Detention Center from Missoula
I Cup I would like to give you praise you are awesome and i love your book as well as the rest of us at the Juvenile Detention Center we have all read your book and love it. some of us have put you on are bucket list. well your an awesome person.
Debra Dilallo from Ovid
Hi Cupcake. Just finished your book. Work part-time at a Funeral Home and we are always asking questions of the Pastor or Priest trying to revitalize our faith in God especially after a funeral for a heroin addict (and then watching his 7 year old son curl into a ball after viewing his Dad lying a casket, when only a week ago he shows us the picture at the memorial of him fishing with his Dad.) I admit being a "give me a Marcia Brady story person" as I had to jump to the end to assure myself you did believe God came to your aide. I learned things about my own prejudices which your book got be to work on. Glad I slowed down and went back and read every word. Skipping parts only shows it is easier to keep your head in the sand than feel pain. You are an inspiration.. Will make your book a part of my Nutrition class at Dick Vandyke Substance Abuse Treatment Center. God Bless.
Catherine from Darwin, Australia
Dear Cupcake, I have today finished reading your book after a colleague left it in the tearoom at work to be passed on. I am so thankful that they did that, it is truly the most astounding story I have ever read. I lost my mum when I was 15, that was 33 years ago and today would have been her 80th birthday. I am thankful that I never had to go through anything like you did, I still miss my mum every day though, as I'm sure you do too. Best wishes to you.