Hi, I am Debbie Pellegrino!

Author of
You Can't Make This Sh*t Up.

Everyone has some wounds that never appear on the body but have deep imprints on the soul, injuries that are more intense and hurtful than everything that bleeds.

About Debbie Pellegrino

My name is Debbie. I am a native New Yorker, a married mother of two beautiful children, and a loving grandmother to one. Since childhood, I have been subjected to hatred, mental and physical abuse, and a hostile relationship with my parents. I had witnessed my father’s abusive relationship with my mother, which affected me in so many ways.

But life goes on and on. In my entire life, I have seen so many colors of friendship, betrayal, and revenge from the people I loved the most. Not only just my parents, but I had also been in an abusive relationship that made feel sick to my stomach and threw me into a deep deeper. My suffering continues, even after the birth of my first baby girl Bianca. My so-called husband Paul made my life traumatic by cheating on me not just once but several times before and after marriage.

Some Insight from Debbie Pellegrino's Autobiography

My life is full of traumas, troubles, and sorrows! Through this book, I would like to discuss the grief of all the women who also successfully survived their abusive relationships.

Chapter 1: Here Comes Hell

In the first chapter, I discussed the marital relationship between my mom and dad and how it affected me adversely. Moreover, I have also discussed how my dad punished me mentally and physically.

Chapter 2: Now What

We moved to our grandparents’ house. My grandpa was a superhero and had struggled a lot in his life. In this chapter, I discussed the events in 1985, my life at my maternal grandpa’s home, school bullying, and my mother and sister’s behavior towards me.

Chapter 3: I Almost Died

In this chapter, I have discussed my life after I was diagnosed with lymphadenitis abusive dad’s visit, my dad’s visit to the hospital, my birthday and thanksgiving celebrations there, while living at the hospital.

Chapter 4: Home Sweet Home

In this chapter, I discussed how my sister used to abuse me after coming back from the hospital, my dad cooking my beloved rabbits, and his torturous behavior towards me.

Why I Chose to Write My Autobiography

I would like to dedicate this book to all the women who have been bearing domestic abuse. I just wanted to say to you guys that you are not alone.

The reason behind writing Debbie Pellegrino Diary

In “You Can’t Make This Sh*t Up,” I have tried to mention all the traumatic experiences of my life. From the day I was born, I have always suffered in one way or another. Since childhood, my parents, their toxic relationship, and my sister’s abusive behavior towards me had stabbed my soul in so many ways. I expected fate to be a little fair with me as I grew up, but destiny had written something else for me. First, Mike’s betrayal, Gio’s physical abuse, then Paul’s jealousy, extramarital affairs, and his dirty deeds had thrown me into the misty sea of depression. Then, after Bianca’s birth, I thought that things might go right this time, but Dr. Quack’s crazy stalking and addictive medicines had turned my life upside down. 

Read more about my manipulative life’s events and how I stand firm against them in my upcoming book, “You Can’t Make This Sh*t Up.” Pre-order your book from our website or Amazon today.

Front Cover


I believe no matter what happens; life doesn’t stop! These are some of the miscellaneous pictures from my various life stages.


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The effects of abuse are devastating and far-reaching. Domestic Violence speaks many languages, has many colors, and lives in many different communities. “You Can’t Make This Sh*t Up” has a strong message and courage for all those who have been through a traumatic experience.

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