Life Coach, Writer, & Encouragement Speaker

I encourage, I Inspire young women to change the direction of their path for the sake of their future & encourage them to believe that they can make it after the pain. I am the ear & the support system for women who struggle with forgiving and moving forward from their past. 

The Purpose

Silence is not the answer to breaking the vicious cycle of drugs, alcohol, risky behavior, or domestic violence. I’m breaking the silence & telling my stories to motivate young women to forgive & move forward from their past. I teach women how to recognize what’s going on with them & why their past is affecting their present & future life.

 My Encouragement Line 
The past can keep you from building & maintaining a stable life. Because of your past, you maybe holding onto a lot of anger & resentment. I understand that the struggle of forgiving a person(s) and moving forward from the past is real. That’s why I created  My Encouragement Line . To help & support women who have had a rough childhood and or endured a painful incident. Some of us had to make adjustments in our lives after being raise in an unstable home where we could not depend on our parent(s) to provide our basic needs. Like food, water, and shelter.

Growing up in a house hold with a parent that chose drugs and alcohol over responsibility can be very traumatizing. That traumatization can affect the choices that you make. Like choosing the wrong men & hanging out too late at night to hold on to a job to make a decent living. Forgiveness is the key to living a peaceful life. So, why is it so hard for some of us to forgive and move forward. Many women struggle with building & keeping a stable relationship (personal & professional) because of their past.

It usually has to deal with a past childhood experience that changed them forever. 


 To learn more about my Encouragement Line, please visit my page The Encouragement Line.


My true life stories have motivated me to create this website and to create my encouragement program. I grew up in a house with a mother that was addicted to drugs. I had to help raise my younger siblings at the age of 14. It was not easy. Most of my childhood and early adult life was spent looking and trying to fulfill an empty space that I felt. I made a lot of mistakes because of the pain & suffering I endured.