I grew up in Sydney, Australia, dancing and performing from a very young age. This grew to become a passion of mine, where I performed in many musicals and talent quests.
My parents separated in 1982, and I stayed living in my family home with my father up until I finished school in 1989.
I then graduated with a Diploma from "The Australian Academy of Dramatic Arts in 1991. I continued to dance and perform throughout my life, playing an active part in my Local Community and Church.
Writing and Directing is a great passion of mine.

I have been married for over 15yrs, and have two little Girls.
My Story is a true testimony that Child of Divorce can go on to having a very fulfilling life.

I wrote "Please Don't Go!" to give some insight into the struggles that I faced in my life after my parents’ divorce. I share with you the pain and confusion I felt at the initial time they told us of the break-up. I will show you how the feeling of isolation and loneliness affected my childhood as all the security and comfort I had became nothing in just a moment. My mother was no longer going to be around, and as a little girl that meant far more than I could have realised at the time. My Dad was hardly around either and I felt so rejected that I ended up seeking even more rejection; it was all I knew. I became rebellious, seeking love and attention in all the wrong places. This led me to an emotional and verbally abusive relationship. My relationship with my father slowly died after my father was engaged. I was asked at 17 something no child should ever be asked, and that was to deny my mothers existence within my fathers home. I realised pretty quickly my stepmothers insecurities were starting to feed through to my father and I could no longer live with them. In return for me not denying her mother I slowly lost my relationship with my father.
Finally, after much pain and heartache I found true love, and it was unconditional. I had peace back in my life, and a true understanding of why I am here. 

"Is It my Fault?" was a Companion Book that I knew I needed to write with "Please Don't Go!" as I felt the younger Children would relate more to illustration's besides just words. I also designed the Puppet Dolls to go with this book.

In 2014 I released E-Books, so I am now taking my journey Global.
I am excited as to what the future holds for "Voice4Kids" & "Practical Parenting 101" 

I have a passion to also help children who are suffering in the area of Parental Alienation as they need someone to stand up for them and be that VOICE.
#Voice4Kids #StopPA4Kids

Advocate/Author: Karla Lee





Are you finding it hard to talk to your kids about your divorce?

You are not alone.

Australian Author Karla Lee knows that feeling well...

Karla's Parents Divorced when she was nine years old and she struggled
with the lack of communication between her and her Parents.
Karla's passion in life is to make sure that no other family struggles like
she did when going through a Divorce.









ASK YOURSELF THESE QUESTIONS
Q: Are you struggling with how to start a conversation with your Child?

Q: Do you think your Child will be ok without talking about the separation, and time heals?

Q: Do you hide your feelings and emotions from your Children?

Q: Are you putting your New Partner before your Child?

Q: Does your Child seem to be acting up, or have they gone quiet?

*These questions, and many more are discussed and answered by Karla Lee in her book "Please Don't Go!"

About 

 

Our Voice4Kids website is here to help give Children, Parents & Step-parents informative information when going through a separation or divorce.


Whether you are recently separated or divorced, Karla Lee has something to help your family communicate and reconnect.


Through her personal experience being a child of divorce at the age of 9, Karla has helpful information, tips and resources for both Children & Parents/Step-parents.


Karla personal story is a Testimony to all that Children of Divorce can go on to have a very fulfilling life.


Since her book launch in 2003 Karla has been working on giving "Children a Voice" globally.


Karla's desire is to shed light on "The Child's Perspective" and help families communicate today.


In her books Karla shows an open, honest and raw perspective of how her Parents Divorce affected her, and in most cases affects other children.