Yolanda King Stephen is a Georgia native and former flight attendant. She holds her Bachelor's in Communication Arts from Georgia Southern University and her Master's of Business (MBA) from University of Phoenix. Yolanda’s breakthrough autobiography, The Upside of the Down Low, a Pastor’s Wife’s Memoir is in high-demand after the official release in November 2011. Since the release of her book, Yolanda continues to share her testimony with many national, church, youth, women, and teen organizations such as NAMI, Auburn University, and NAACP.
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Healing is difficult when you can’t touch what you are ‘healing’ from. Forgiving is complicated when you can’t physically talk to the person and tenderly say, “I forgive you.”
It’s no doubt that what brought me to the point of healing and forgiving was not about me, but it was a test for me. I think I passed...