Never in my life could I’ve imagine I would be on the inside of a prison cell, but sure enough in 1995, that is exactly what happened. You see, I was the ultimate good girl – perfect student, church-going, never got in trouble girl. I also was an outcast, never fitting in. Even though I knew better, it was really easy for me to succumb to peer pressure.
Little did I know, being popular was not all it was cracked up to be. I should have “stayed in my lane.” But common sense did not prevail and I found myself in a situation that would change my life forever. It was the worst time, but yet it ended up being exactly what I needed to get my life back on track.
Thankfully, the story didn’t end there. Come along for the ride in Once Broken…A Journey to Restoration!
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Marissa you can’t just walk out on your career, your marriage, everything.” Nona said to her supervisor of the past ten years.
Nona had watched Marissa’s practice flourish as a practitioner specializing in taking care of AIDS patients and their families. But, she had also watched her take care of Tomas, her husband of seven years and put up with all kind of things from others. If anyone needed to just go and be, it was Marissa Sanders.
“I can and I am. Nona, I feel as if I am floating above my own life and more than anything I need to be grounded. I didn’t see a way out of this because I’m responsible for all of this, this practice, your livelihood, not to mention my home, car, Tomas… but I prayed and prayed and who knew that my father, the man I haven’t seen since he stood over my mom’s casket would provide me with the bounty I needed, a man who never acknowledged me in life because he had another life.”
Nona knew that to be true. Marissa’s mother passed away a few years ago and the man who fathered her and had been a secret showed up at the funeral with his protective entourage. After two days, he disappeared again but several months ago, Marissa received an inheritance from him that changed if not her life, it completely changed her bottom line and she needed to get away. The only thing she hadn’t done was tell Tomas. It no longer mattered how he felt about it, she was done. At fifty-three it was time to become grounded in taking care of Marissa.
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