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Author Therza Clark and Sister to Celebrate 40th 

My name is Therza Cox. My sister, Tiffany Cox- Marney, and I will be celebrating our 40th birthday on May 23. Mental illness runs in my family. I was diagnosed with a mental illness when I was 16 years old, in my junior year of high school. As I reflect on my life, I remember embracing positive self esteem as a young adult. The way a person views themselves is crucial.

Personally, I believe that having a daily routine as well as positive self maintenance creates a sense of well being. I am a beautiful, full figured African American woman, an author, egg donor, and also a woman of God. My faith has gotten me through many challenging obstacles.

I believe that my love for God and Jesus Christ are the reasons that I have a bright outlook on life. Even though the world is facing COVID-19, I have the joy of the Lord. And nothing can take His joy away from me. There are moments in which I celebrate my life and the victories that I've won, even when it's not my birthday month.

I've written three poetry books. They are available online as a paperback and ebook, at www.amazon.com. The books are titled Life is a Story: Revised Edition, Symbolic Rhythm: A Poetry Book, and Ms. Diva: Poetry Book 3.

My sister, Tiffany Cox-Marney, also has a picture book available online at www.lulu.com. It is available as a hardback. And it is titled Dear Diary.






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