Going Through

Going Through

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Let's see where do I start? After my grandmother passed my mother soon found herself on drugs. We lost everything. Had to move from place to place; rain, sleet, or snow. Sometimes leaving our belongings behind. Abusive relationships were common. On several occasions we had to jump from a two story home to escape. I soon found myself in a gang of unhealthy relationships and activities. I went from nearly dying giving birth to my first baby at seventeen to stripping in nightclubs. I can truly say I've lived my life by the gun, once robbed at gun point. Jailed for aggravated assault the list goes. I fought because that was all I knew how to do. Life and its ups and downs... My biggest upset may have been the very rumor my very own mother spewed. I had aids... I am still going through healing and pain. Still going through fighting the demons of my past. Read this journey of daily repair, a raw uncut tale of hurt, pain, and recovery.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 118 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 6.86mm | 185.97g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508660549
  • 9781508660545

About Trina Thompson

My name is Trina Hamilton-Thompson. I was born on March 30,1977 to Mrs. Sherry Lynn Autry-Hamilton and Mr. Willie Barnell Hamilton. I am from Memphis, Tennessee. I attended Sheffield High School and later graduated from Central High School online. I attended several different beauty colleges Pro Way Hair School, New Wave Hair Academy being two of them. I write music, I sing, I rap, and I'm also an inspiring Author. I am a proud mother of four. Although my journey was not easy I made the best of it. I did not complain I just did what I had to do by any means. Through all of my everyday trials, I learned to never give up. I found comfort in writing that's how I expressed my feelings but ultimately, I learned to only depend on myself. I was self motivated. I didn't have to work hard cause I was self driven. I knew whatever I wanted I had to get out there and get it and make it happen on my own. I got my hands dirty every now and then. My mom was always there when I needed her However, I knew that she had problems of her own but I did not let that stop me. I loved her unconditionally despite the mistakes that she made, we all make them. I can truly say that my circumstances, as a child has molded me into the strong and gifted woman that I am today, and because of God's Grace I'm able to share, and tell my story. Everyday I live to learn something new. I may not have everything I want, but I Thank God for Everything, that I have. Stay Tuned there will be a part two of this Book.show more