Family is not always perfect, but tell that to a five-year-old child, whose innocence was literally snatched away. Learning to live alone, in her mind of silent cries. How do you turn off the anger against your past? While being haunted by the guilt, that you can’t change.
With love, God’s love!!
In this candid and powerful memoir, Author Angela White gives a detailed look into her life growing up in the mean streets of Newark NJ. She opens up about the heartbreak of being abandoned by her biological parents, which caused her and her siblings to be placed in foster homes and orphanages at the age of 5. Angela recalls the horror of being molested by her foster parents, which one of her foster parents was the pastor of a local church at the time. This gutsy, heartfelt, and humble memoir lets the reader look through the eyes of Ms. White, as she shares her experiences with homelessness, rape, domestic violence, drug abuse, and teenage pregnancy. Through all of her daunting setbacks in life, Angela was able to defy the odds and now she’s living out her dreams.