How do you break the generational cycle of abuse? Growing up in Oakland CA, raised in a Christian home as a preacher’s kid, La’Trae Wilson was not sheltered from the realities of life. La’Trae talks openly and honestly how she got involved with many abusive men, including the father of her autistic son. We remember how “Just Say No To Drugs” the 80’s slogan affected our lives, and discuss how we can talk to our kids about sex, drugs, and making good choices. Come and hear her story of her high risk pregnancy, how her son stopped breathing several times, and the miracle of his life. This is Part One of a Two Part Series.
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La’Trae Wilson is a native of Oakland, CA. She’s a mother of one son, who is the love of her life, and has three doting god-daughters. She holds an Associate degree in Liberal Arts and Sociology. She also earned a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and Master of Art in Teaching. With a longstanding resumé, she has worked with youth in various capacities such as after-school programs, summer programs, tutoring, student support, aide to a teacher, and primary instructor in her own classroom. She loves working with children but has a unique passion for those with learning differences or unique challenges. Her primary aim is to assist this population of children with gaining skills that help develop independence. In her spare time, La’Trae enjoys spending hours in the kitchen cooking meals she’s seen on social media. Her favorite past times are watching movies, listening to music, and quiet moments to relax her mind. Her divine purpose is to serve God and to help others succeed by sharing applied principles that are proven strategies in her personal life.
La’Trae’s new book:
My Last 20: Breaking The Curse To Embrace The Blessing