‘Don’t Judge Me, I Had Lost Myself In Love’ By THEALCHEMISTRESS

(This is a non-fiction book about my teenage years, This memoir is dedicated to my children Aiyla Vallier; Joseph Chad Vallierchapman and Samuel Bernard Young II)

(Don’t Judge Me, I Had Lost Myself In Love)

My parents, Aline (Batiste) and Ewell Vallier named me Martha Jean Vallier, I came into this world in a small town called Rome in Mississippi in 1957.

I Am the 6th of 10 kids, and the only one of their kids born outside of Louisiana. They moved back to Louisiana when I was 2.

The life of a sheltered child often causes naivety and a life of being victimized. In my memoir I would like parents to understand that sheltering a child may put them through a life of low self esteem and victimization.

I would also like the kids to realize that they must know themselves innately so they would not become an empty vessel to be filled with whatever is thrown at them, to not become a victim.

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