About Marala

If you’re reading this you’ve most likely read my quotes somewhere on the social network or in one of my books. Perhaps I’ve been able to touch your heart in some small way or communicate something your soul needed to take in at that moment. It’s not a coincident, either. It could be that you want to know where my inspiration comes from. Whatever it is, the story of who I am, is much more significant than you know. I wasn’t always this person and the fact that I’m here sharing what I do is only because God provided tremendous favor over my life and spared me from a fate that would have been as horrifying as my mother met. I feel so blessed and humbled because I don’t have anything to offer except my gratitude to God and for that I must share my story to help others.  It doesn’t even come close to anything you could imagine so don’t try, I invite you to read my memoir.

I’ve decided to share an important part of my life with you to help you understand a few things that were never explained to me. The way I learned about them was nothing less than in a shocking and horrific way. To this day, I cringe at the thought of my childhood and pray that no one is living in secrecy, the fate I did. I don’t want you to feel sorry for me as it was never my desire or I would have told people about it when I needed someone to care, which was in the midst of it all. I am sharing this story because although people weren’t aware of what took place in our house some aspects of it may have occurred to others but what happened to my mother is an entirely different story. What happens to her is inconceivable and isn’t a part of anyone’s life’s story.  The battle I had to undertake was intertwined with my mother’s and the supernatural.

Tragedies happen at the most random and unsuspecting times in our life often having the ability to shape us as individuals for the better, or worse. At times, we may lose our faith but there are other times when we  gain it. We don’t always know how to cope with the hand we’re dealt but it’s part of our destiny to do so.

In reading my quotes there is far more behind the messages than you know. I invite you to read my true story, In Our House: Perception vs. Reality and learn more about me as it will only help you through your darkest hours or allow you to help someone you know through there’s. Strength, faith, and wisdom come from experiences and learning. I invite you to go through my journey, although it will take courage. The reason I survived the unimaginable horrors I did, was to bring this awareness about what exist in this realm of life to conversation is so that my mother’s life was not in vain. I pray it helps people avoid all aspects of it by using the cautions we’re surrounded with.

Blessings to you,

Marala Scott
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  21. Hi Sky! It took me well over 13 years to complete my memoir as it was a process of understanding, healing, and forgiving. Continue to work on yourself as you heal but understand that the process does not end, you become wiser and stronger, which will allow you to better handle your past. Thank you for sharing! God bless! xo

  22. I’m in the same place I know I have a calling on my life. I went through physical & verbal abuse as child and I know I have the gift in me of helping others through what I went through. I also am writer, but I’m struggling with dealing with the reality of all the things I went through.Before I can help anybody else I have to be in a place of dealing with reality & it’s hard. I been working on my book for over 3 years it’s a hard process. I been running away from myself & turning to wrong things, but at the same time trying to be strong for everybody else.

  23. Hi Mia,
    I do think it is a good release to write. It is one thing I strongly recommend to purge pain and other emotions. Continue working on your book and I pray you grow into the person God destined you to be. Thank you for sharing. xo

  24. I would like to share a bit of my story with you if I could. I’m undergoing a transition of a life a led for 10 years that did nothing buy cause me pain. However it’s made me stronger as a woman and wiser as well. If it wasn’t for my great support system I really don’t think it would all be possible. I’m currently writing a book on it. If you’d at all be interested in my story I hope to hear from you soon. Thank you.

  25. You definitely deserve a better life as do your children! God has a destiny for you and abuse is not a part of it. I am proud of you for leaving! Seek passion and find your purpose instead of living in the past of what was. Create the new and be happy. Forgive that person so you don’t carry the pain from what is now your past. xo

  26. I just left an abusive relationship….your twitter posts encouraged me to seek a better life for my child and myself!! Thanks. ❤

  27. I am extremely proud of you because you did something that people have such a difficult time doing. Often it is because they don’t love themselves and have low self-esteem. You took the steps to shape your own future. Live with passion, purpose and peace. Thank you for sharing. xo

  28. What an inspiration of life you are! The last 6 months have been so challenging. I finally after 10 years separated from my alcoholic husband. I didn’t know my own strength. I knew for a long time what I needed to do but was so afraid to make the move. My fear was replace with courage and hope. I am no longer living through my addicted husband. I now have peace and joy! At times it isn’t easy and emotions come up for nowhere but I know I have made the right decision and look forward to having a prosperous future. Marala thank you for being such a guide and powerhouse of faith.

  29. Marala I follow you on facebook and twitter. You are like a lighthouse guiding others to inspiration and their own inner strength. Thank you.

  30. Thank you for having a site that shares helpful information and stories instead of drama. I love the posts here and the people that took time to share them are inspirational too. Words of inspiration. Thank you Ms. Marala.

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