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In My Shoes by Brenda Hampton
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Jun 26, 2012

it was amazing
Read from June 26 to 30, 2012

In My shoes takes us on the journey from Brenda's humble beginnings where she, her mother and her two sisters moved into a nice neighborhood and that was all that was nice about it. It was a struggle with three girls in a single parent household so many times they had to wear each others clothes and children are not so kind when they notice that the new kids are school are not only new but poor too. Needless to say school was tough for Brenda and this caused her to get into a lot of trouble. When Brenda wasn't in trouble at school she was confused and not feeling loved at home because of the relationship with her mother. When you have confusion coming at you from all angles you tend to find solace in the only relationship that you can and that generally is in the form of a boyfriend. That brings us into Brenda's dating stage which was very confusing to her because her household was one that did not talk about intimate things like dating and sex and things like that so this is all new to her. From one new experience to another Brenda takes us on the ups and downs, the ins and outs of her life and how she deals with it, by writing.

There comes a time in our lives when we have to reflect back and see how we become the person that we are today and that is what this book is about. Brenda Hampton has decided to take us into her personal space to see what it was like to be her and how she has become the successful woman that she is.

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48.0% "I have to go to bed but Brenda is doing it once again!"
71.0% "That damn Dewayne!"
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