Life isn't always what you expect. No one plans to have medical problems, money trouble or even family crisis. But how you handle each that defines you. I speak to teens about my struggle in each.
Growing up I was never the popular one. Always bullied for being too quiet, No smart enough, Not pretty enough. By time I graduated I was in a deep depression wanting to end my own life, no longer caring about anything. Getting pregnant saved my life. That that I support having a child so young. In 2011 I suffered not 1 but two strokes and had brain surgery. I had to fight to live and be there for my daughter. In 2013 I forced myself to walk down the isle without a cane.
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Author Mamie Jefferson-Hill specializes in children's books. Some of her Titles include The Purple Cow Who Gave…