Walk Like You Have Somewhere To Go Book Review | STACIE RAYE

Walk Like You Have Somewhere To Go Book Review



Recently, I read a book by Shaquile Oneal's mother entitled, "Walk Like You Have Somewhere To Go: From Mental Welfare to Mental Health". It tells her life journey and overcoming great obstacles a long the way.

Lucille share with readers how she became pregnant with Shaquille at just 17 years old. Her desire to provide a male role model for her son leads to life living in Germany as a military mother, and dealing with a troubled marriage and alcohol addiction.
I especially enjoyed the stories of her childhood. She share her fond memories of her youth. Originally from the South, Lucille moved up North with her church going grandparents. This is where she first learned about faith.
In this book, Lucille will share 40 scriptures that were key in helping her live life as an over comer. I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking for a quick, motivational, and easy read.
This book was provided for free by Booksneeze in exchange for a book review. All opinions are mine.

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