2015 in review

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2015 was a year of growth.  My blog blossomed, my other social media platforms grew, (FaceBook ended the year with 58,000 followers) my book sold world wide (in print and electronically) I launched my on-line store on CafePress and I only gained 2 pounds.  


I’m grateful for my health and my journey throughout 2015 and thank you for visiting my sites, reading my book, sharing your thoughts and standing up with me.


Wishing all a happy, healthy and stand up New Year

With love and gratitude,


Rose Gardner


PS  If you’re interested in statistics, below is the 2015                                   official report on The Society for Recovering Doormats


Click here to see the complete report.

Happy New Year

Many thanks to all visiting and sharing The Society for Recovering Doormats. I want you to know how much I appreciate your viewership here, and on my other social media platforms. 2015 was a year of life lessons and tremendous personal growth and your continued presence helps keep me off the floor too.

As the new year begins, I happily announce the drafting of my second novel.  Many have inquired what happens to Rose after  My life as a Doormat? The second book will answer that question.  Now that I’ve made this announcement public, I guess I have to really set a deadline and get this book done!Happy New Year

Wishing you and your loved ones the happiest and healthiest  New Year possible.

Much love,



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10 Benefits of Ditching Doormat Behavior

10 Benefits of ditching doormat behavior Admitting you have doormat tendencies  or full blown doormatism is the first step of becoming a recovering doormat.  CONGRATULATIONS.  In case you need further incentive to remove toxic people and situations from your life and stand up and speak out, I hope this 10 benefits of ditching doormat behavior  inspires you.

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