Kennisha Griffin speaks with Wacoan Magazine about sharing hope after trauma
Everyone speaks about having a purpose and calling, and for author Kennisha Griffin, hers is to point people in the direction of hope.
"I always tell [people], you know, your story is one that I know that encourages other people and helps them on their journeys and I believe is a big part of why we're here is for each other," Griffin said. "It's not just for our own gain, you know, in this world, but to be support and be encouragement to other people."
And Griffin's story is one that squeezes the hearts of her readers. Jessica with Wacoan wrote, "From nearly becoming a CIA agent, an aspiring journalist in college, a victim and survivor of sexual assault and now a mother to six children after five miscarriages, Griffin is the perfect example of the one thing she loves the most about being a writer."
Griffin has committed herself to sharing her stories with hopes of inspiring others to tell their stories and get to know the stories of others. "
"I just have always found that if we can get to the point where we can truly get to know people, specifically who they are, there's so much we can learn," Griffin said.
At a time when Covid-19 is still hurting many families around the world, Griffin's mission is to continue sharing messages of hope, which is something we all need.
You can read Griffin's full interview with Wacoan Magazine at https://www.wacoan.com/
Kennisha Griffin is available for media interviews. To request an interview or her media kit please visit http://www.kennishagriffin.com, or send an email to createandblossomllc@
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