Have you ever felt a sense of inadequacy? Maybe you've felt stuck and couldn't see an exit from this maze of hardships? Or maybe you've always wanted a hint of hope and a small taste of success?
In this memoir, you will dig deep into the mind and life of a young Caucasian man who grew up in a predominantly African-American area of Philadelphia, PA. On the harsh city streets, this young man struggled with being misunderstood by both sides of the spectrum, considered "too ghetto" for some peers and "too proper" for others.
In the midst of trying to find his way, he had to cope with a horrific tragedy that had a profound effect on his family, as well as the tragic loss of a friend. He faced the mental turmoil of those who disapproved of him dating outside of his race, which ultimately destroyed a number of personal relationships.
Despite the obstacles in his path, this man would finally go on to become a social advocate for today's troubled youth. Not only did he overcome the bitterness of his past, he also learned how to channel his own demons without living life in the fast lane. He would rekindle his spiritual relationship with God, in whom he draws his strength and his well-being.
BIOGRAPHY I am a multi-genre International Amazon Best Selling Author. I love to raise awareness against child abuse, and child sexual abuse, as I have written two memoirs on how I grew up in an abusive home at the hands of my father. "My Nightmare in Georgia," and "Mother Should Have Helped Build The Wall," have been on the international best sellers since release date. "The Author," is another great book I am known for.
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