Bria Twon didn’t have the pristine upbringing like so many of her friends, raised an only child by an alcoholic mother, Bria has had to deal with hurt, shame, and embarrassment. Bria’s childhood has impacted her adult life, and she doesn’t know what to look for in men, as indicative in three serious relationships gone bad with three different fathers of each of her three children.
She continues to search for the perfect family structure, her life’s passions, and belonging. When Bria finally owns her truth takes ownership of her choices good and bad she chooses faith over fear, hope over doubt, and perseverance over weakness
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