I grew up living with different people with whom I had to depend for my survival. My parents had divorced when I was one year old and in other to move on with their lives, I needed to be relocated. At an early age, I started a nomadic lifestyle, changing between schools and homes.
From the age of seven, I received sexual advances from older men both at home and outside. Domestic violence was also a constant part of my childhood. This memory of my childhood is what motivates me, and the stories of the children I have impacted are what keep me going.
Through Love Letters Child Support Initiative, I want to help children rise above circumstances that rob them of dignity during their childhood.