About Owning My Mistakes: My Undies Should Fit Now
Owning My Mistakes: My Undies Should Fit Now is a personal memoir from Marie Ghislaine Desir in which she opened up and enabled us in her daily battle with mental illness. In shocking revelations, Marie fashionably owned her mistakes and shared her recent experiences related to domestic violence, undue influence, grief, and so forth. Besides, she addressed one of the so-far untouched elephants in the room; by pointing out some of the vilest practices in the church.
This book aims to encourage anyone who has been a victim of rape, domestic violence, social or racial discrimination, work abuse, etc. If you are a single mother looking for motivation to continue to do your God-given assignment, which is to raise your precious children, this book is also for you to grab.
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I was born au Cap-Haitien, Haiti in 1972, and I grew up in a modest home with my three loving siblings. My lovely late mother, Sylianie Tertulien, raised me to be an independent and strong-minded woman. I relocated to the US in April of 2000. First, I went ahead and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Professional Studies with a concentration in Legal Studies. Then, in December of 2010, I graduated with a Masters from Barry University School of Social Work. I am a change agent, a difference-maker, a social justice advocate, and a Social Worker with over ten years of experience. I am a mother of three wonderful children. I enjoy cooking, singing, and of course writing.