Affiliate marketer, tech support enthusiast, and blogger Amy Raymond Campbell almost always has a sunny disposition that electrifies the people around her. Beneath her charming exterior, no one would ever think that she went through a rough and painful childhood. What was supposed to be enough cause for her to despise her beginnings became her inspiration to reach out to women who are abused and find it difficult to rise above their mentality as victims.
Born to a mother who drank too much alcohol, Amy was given up for adoption to parents who turned out to be quite abusive. But Amy believes she was meant to be a survivor even from the time she was still in her mother’s womb. Despite her biological mother’s drinking problem, she fought hard to live and be born in this world. Growing up in an abusive home, Amy fought even harder so she could one day live to tell her story of hope and survival.
Being the tough lady that she is, Amy is using various platforms to send out a message of inspiration to multitudes of women who are victims of different types of abuse on a day-to-day basis. She wants to be a beacon of hope for women living in the dark so that when they hear of her story and experience her positivity, they, too, will start to believe that good things can still happen to them. By simply looking at Amy, one won’t find a hint of the painful and discouraging past she endured. All that she is now is a woman of passion and dedication.
“I want readers to look at challenges in their own lives and creatively solve them. I think the fact that I came through all this sane, highly accomplished, and with a new and happy marriage is remarkable,” explains Amy.
Amy is the author behind the blog site known as Jephthah’s Daughter where readers can access raw and straightforward opinions about women empowerment, Amy’s incomparable struggle with her mental health issues, how she is trying to get past her trauma a day at a time, and where she draws strength from. A lot of people may not readily agree with her coping methods, but these have worked beautifully for her. She wants to encourage women to also discover new ways that can help them improve their lives after experiencing a trauma. This is one of Amy’s contributions to the world.
Amy and her husband have a podcast together, and it recently just made it to Apple Podcasts. Aside from their podcast, Amy is also passionate about music and debuted new sounds on Bandcamp not so long ago. Music has been very instrumental in helping Amy express her strong emotions and bring healing to others who hear it.
Years from now, Amy looks forward to still doing what she loves to do: encouraging women to rise above being victims to becoming victors. Amy Raymond Campbell may occasionally react to her trauma, but she is more than able to stand up to it and choose the higher road.