This week, we are joined by writer, podcast host, & educator Ashley C. Ford as we explore “who you are”vs. “what you were born into”.
We take a closer look into Ford’s childhood through discussing her newly released memoir titled, Somebody’s daughter: a well-written feature examining poverty, race, body image, parental incarceration, and a beautiful yet very complex family dynamic.
You will be mesmerized by Ford’s storytelling as she shares key lessons with us about the importance of relinquishing our need for control, the power of apologizing to a child, and how to find comfort in the body she once identified as a traitor.
This episode is guaranteed to leave you running to your nearest bookstore to pick up a copy of this book!
To share your thoughts about this episode or Ashley C. Ford’s new memoir Somebody’s daughter email us at TheSuga@Sugaberry.com
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