Nancy Hernandez

Nancy Hernandez

Nancy is a biracial woman who grew up poor. Over the course of her life, she survived a combined 16 years of abuse as a child, and as a spouse. However, she adopted the motto "That which doesn't kill me only makes me stronger."
As a teenager, Nancy began taking in other teens who lived with abuse at home, and became affectionately known as "the counselor." She worked full time while attending high school, and graduated at the top of her class. After separating from her second abusive husband, Nancy focused all of energy on caring for her mother, who was, at that time, dying of lung cancer.
Shortly after her mother's death, she co-authored a book titled "Letters From an American Woman" with her closest friend, CJ Elam. During the course of writing this book, Nancy found her true loves, Political Analysis and Research, and Early American History.
Now Nancy is a survivor, a staunch Constituionalist, a Patriot, wife, and mother of 3. She spends her time researching new legislation, economic problems, and other related topics that we, as American citizens need to be aware of. She is also a soapmaker, who sells spa quality soaps at affordable prices.
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Give me liberty, or give me death!



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