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As one of only four black students at her high school, Rebecca constantly fought to fit in. Her self-esteem ...
As one of only four black students at her high school, Rebecca constantly fought to fit in. Her self-esteem fluctuated along with her weight, and the relationships she valued most, those with her friends and with boys at school, were shaky at best and emotionally abusive at worst. Even her church family, the very people who were supposed to help her grow, proved unreliable. After Rebecca enrolled in college, she continued to face anxiety over her racial and social identity, along with issues about her career and relationships in which the emotional abuse only got worse.
In Finding My Voice, Rebecca deals with issues relevant to every young woman who aspires to live a meaningful life. Through the insecurity and frustration that come with growing up, losing loved ones and friends, and battling depression and panic attacks, Rebecca learns to rely on her faith. Only then can she finally be comfortable in her own skin and at last find her voice.