A captivating Autobiography of a dynamic woman who was once depressed, violent and consistently making poor choices. As a youth, she faced a multitude of emotional barriers which included the loss of her mother to AIDS at the age of seven and the discovery of her father's undisclosed sexuality by witnessing a sexual encounter between him and an individual she thought was her uncle.
During a turning point in her life, she heeded the advice of her maternal grandmother and received the clues necessary to overcome depression, fear, anger and rage in order to live a prosperous life. Considered an AIDS orphan by society, Ms. Rice demonstrates in this book how you can rise above adversity and walk in victory. She also paints a vivid picture of the importance of making the right choices as she reminds us that our actions affect more than just us.