Transparent Tears: A True Story of a Young Mother's Journey through High School Drama and the Challenges That Inspired Change

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AuthorHouse, Sep 14, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 216 pages
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Transparent Tears is an autobiography that travels through the hardships and adversities of a young, biracial female.   Living in an inner-city and challenged by misfortunes leading to adolescent parenting, this is a true story about growing up in Cambridge Massachusetts where both positive and negative elements impacted developmental milestones. Told by the author herself, Transparent Tears points out the experiences starting from her early childhood realities that set the stage for adolescent drama.  An honest reflection detailing the cycles of depression and a life subjected to drugs, sex, violence and the suicide of a parent.  It taps into the struggles of a confused girl who, in the process of becoming a young adult gradually defied what society and her surroundings imposed.  How this young mother eventually broke loose from a past to create a better future for herself, her child and others in need of help.

 

 

 

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Contents

Chapter One
1
Chapter Two
21
Chapter Three
45
Chapter Four
70
Chapter Five
90
Chapter Six
100
Chapter Seven
119
Chapter Eight
132
Chapter Nine
147
Chapter Ten
158
Chapter Eleven
169
Chapter Twelve
182
About the Author
201
Back Cover
205
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