Ms. Abbott is remarried after being abused in her first marriage. She and her husband have seven children and several grandchildren. They are passionate about their church, overseas missions and the fight against human trafficking. They enjoy bike riding and traveling together. Ms. Abbott is also an accomplished painter. She enjoys cross stitching and knitting. One of her greatest joys is helping abuse victims escape from their abusers, and then walking with them through their healing process.Caroline enjoyed writing fiction as a young girl, but chose a technical degree in college. She worked in the business field until she had children, when she chose to stay home to raise them full-time. She became a Christian soon afterward. Her marriage became emotionally abusive. She did her best to keep the marriage together, but finally had to seek a divorce for her protection. After her divorce, she trained to become a domestic violence advocate, and began writing about her experiences to help other Christian women who experience abuse in their marriages. A Journey through Emotional Abuse: from Bondage to Freedom was published in 2013. She began working with abuse survivors. She realized many were suffering from depression, PTSD and anxiety, and were in need of healing. She wrote her second book, A Journey to Healing after Emotional Abuse to help these survivors.