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Let Me Talk Please EP. 2: The Growth of Ashli Clark [VIDEO]

When you think of the word father, what do you think? Does that word transport you to a place in your life that you would rather forget? Or when you think of this word, do you think of a man who has molded you into becoming the person you were designated to be?

This is Ashli Clark, and this is her story as she takes us on a ride of understanding the power of a mother’s love as well as becoming the person who she wants to be. A lot of us have various stories when it comes down to talking about our family structures. Some may seem perfect, but others might be considered as our worst nightmare. However, the roles of a mother and a father hold different impacts. At times, the father can take both positions. Although, being a single mother in this society is real.

Ashli Clark looks at her mother as magic. When she looks back at her mother, she sees the power, and that inspires
her every day. Ashli walks us through her journey and reflects on moving from Atlanta to New York and how her mother was so strong to provide in all aspects of her life. This story holds the significance of how a woman is an almighty superwoman.

This is the growth of Ashli Clark.


WATCH: Let Me Talk Please Episode One: The Impact of Departure

Let Me Talk Please: The Impact of Departure [VIDEO]

Many of us find ourselves in an affliction we call departure. In other words, at any age, most go through this thing called divorce. When what you thought was real love leaves and becomes the forgotten love, we wonder if love truly exists.

Lauryn Flynn lets us inside her story for a moment as she captivates our hearts by describing this experience that has ultimately changed her life. She will walk us through this feeling of pain, growing up, depression, and to one day accepting the great outcome of it. A 2019 study published by the World Psychiatry Association states that 20-25% of teenagers impacted by divorce will go through psychological, social, and physical pain.

Lauryn is very appreciative of her godmother & God for helping her walk through this journey. Lauryn wants everyone to know when they’re going through hardship to do what makes them feel best alive. She states, “Everybody goes through some kind of pain, this will help me be more understanding and to other people.”