Keesha Rivers is a woman who has endured much pain, trial, and made many sacrifices. But instead of being bitter, she shares her story and the lessons she learned to forgive those who tormented and abused her. "Mama, They Didn't Mean It" is an account of how savvy business woman Keesha Rivers was able to rise above adoption, rape, abuse and molestation, depression, loneliness and bullying, teen-motherhood, financial trials, crushed friendships, and loves lost to finally love herself. One of Keesha's favorite sayings is, "Know Your Worth." This book is the journey through how she was able to finally learn her own invaluable worth, and how forgiveness can help you to do the same.
This book, talks about the life of the author Keesha Rivers and her struggles with dating mates that had drug addictions, her healing from being adopted, her regret with things that she could have done differently when raising her son as a teenage parent, church hurts, employee hurts, family hurts and even how she met her best friend during her toughest times. Keesha also provides readers some signs, suggestions and avenues to take when dealing with the same encounters that she did but came out alive to tell her story, to help someone else.
Keesha will take you on a journey to let you know that it’s NOT okay to be someone else’s rebound. This book will tell of some very important events that took place in her life in certain relationships; she discovered the difference in being a rebound for someone versus any other label. At the end of this book, she hopes that you will learn from her experiences and decide NOT to become someone’s rebound! You are worth so much more. You are priceless and don’t ever forget that!