I Remember What Grandma Said
Meet Anuahmae. Watch her struggle through abandonment, verbal, physical and sexual abuse. See how ghetto life mixed with low self-esteem, teenage pregnancy, and generational curses on her family, give birth to the rebellion that ultimately led her into various acts of ungodliness. This young girl, like so many others are trapped on the merry-go-round, of "the life style," hopelessness and despair. All is not lost, there is hope. Anuahmae has a loving grandmother, who has already faced and defeated the same demons, that have been unleashed on her. Armed with faith, godly counsel, and love, grandma helps Ann battle rough times and assures her of God's victory. The message in this book is one of hope and encouragement for parents and grand parents, who fight negative self-image, abusive relationships, drug use, and the need for counsel. You will gain insight and triumph over your bondages. Just remember, "what grandma said."
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