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Gewanda Johnson Parker: It Only Hurts When I Canít Run
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Who do you turn to when some of these horrific acts are committed by those who are supposed to be your number one provider and protector Ė including your own mother? Meet educator, minister, and entrepreneur Gewanda Johnson Parker, Author of It Only Hurts When I Canít Run: One Girlís Story.
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Don't Box Me In: Gewanda Johnson
Gewanda shares her remarkable story of survival suffering physical and emotional abuse by a mother who really did care about her but was overpowered by her own demons and addictions. Molested and raped on more than one occasion, by men considered upright and pillars in the community. Yet through it all, her faith, spirituality and deep trust in God never wavered. Her incredible resilience, allowed a young girl, turned woman, to forgive those who hurt her and to reach out to all those who hurt with a message of Godís love, healing, transformation and hope.
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Gewanda J. Parker
Gewanda J. Parker is the founder and CEO of Hope and Healing Corporation: A corporation with many arms serving and reaching the needs of the marginalized of society locally and abroad to orphanages in Haiti and Africa. In 2003, she started an organization to help young girls and teens suffering with self-esteem and identity issues. Over the years, its changed forms and names and is now affectionately called G-Girls: an acronym used for the different components implemented that foster self-acceptance, self-esteem, mentoring, mothering and sister-ing, of the female gender in all age brackets.



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