Living in a Strange Home

Author: Jessie Cetoute


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Black women have to be strong due to trauma they been through, so it makes it hard for them to depend on others, trust & even love others because they didn't receive it at home. Being a black woman in this generation it's honestly hard because you have so many people judging you on every little thing. But one thing god did do was make sure he gave us courage, strength, and a mind of steel to make sure we hold ourselves up to a high standard even when others looks at us with so much disgust and try to break us down with derogatory words. So even when others look at down on us, we still hold up our heads high and just adjust our crowns because we are QUEENS.

My name is Jessie Shama Cetoute. I am a single mother raising a princess & a prince. I decided to write about my life because I believe I need to share my story with other young ladies. I strongly want my daughters, Harmony and Davina, to know my story. So they know their mother is strong and will

do anything to make sure there is a smile on her children's faces. I want my son to know he has a warrior as a mother and never needs to worry about her because she will always make sure she's alright.

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Pages: 50 | Trim Size: 6x9

Genre: Biography

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