Sent by her adopting father to live with relatives after the death of her adopting mother, Doré and her brother, George, endure the ache of abandonment and the prejudice of those not able to believe in and support her “special gifts.”

Doré endures abandonment, denial of love, family secrets, judgments, loss of self, emotional, physical, sexual and spiritual abuse – and has to live with the consequences for a lifetime.

Years later, Doré learns about love for herself, and the kindness of others, her own strong spirit, and her gifts, which allow her to be free instead of imprisoned.

Doré E. Frances has had an amazing and difficult life – one full of great challenges that have unmasked her wonderful gifts and led to the wisdom he has gained.

In this simple blog, she uses her own experiences as a highly sensitive and intuitive empath to show how life’s hardships can be re-languaged and re-visioned to become lessons that teach us as we grow, heal and learn to love and trust. Doré is an example of how yesterday’s devastation and tears become the seeds of today’s belief, hope, renewal and strength.

Doré’s life has taken the direction in which she is now assisting in the empowerment of other highly sensitive empaths around the world.

Holding Out For the Hero will touch the hearts and change the minds of those who take this journey.

You have the opportunity to internalize and directly experience your own great wisdom as you find your hero.

Holding Out For the Hero is an inspiring book with many great lessons.

Doré lives in Colorado with her two cats Aimee and Chloé.