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Life kidnapped the magical vision of motherhood from Tabitha Wilson, forcing her down the path of autism while tackling the beast of bullying. Parenthood alone is an emotional rollercoaster, but an incredibly devastating experience prompted her to author "No Cross-No Crown: A Journey Through Autism, Bullying and Spiritual Warfare."
Tabitha speaks out passionately with unbridled emotion about her raw, traumatic, and heart-wrenching journey as she battles a prominent school system and a renowned hospital, fighting for the rights of her autistic son, and her daughter, a victim of bullying. The plight deepens when multiple reports of bullying and physical abuse were blatantly ignored. Complexities of life intensified this newlywed's journey as she enters the warzone of mammoth proportions to protect her children, but spiritual warfare was on a raging path to destroy this family. Tabitha highlights the underlying deceit of professionals from all walks of life which ultimately impacted her children. Her boldness and tenacity were the cornerstone for this mother's victory, and her transparency is a beacon of light to guide and bring awareness to these real issues throughout the world.
Tabitha H. Wilson is a graduate and former clinical medicine instructor of Howard University, where she obtained her certification as a registered dietitian and physician assistant, and a masters from the University of Nebraska. With more than 25-years of clinical experience in numerous areas of dietetics and medicine, she is most fond of pediatrics with a genuine magnetic attraction to children on the autism spectrum. Of her many experiences, being a mom has been the most fulfilling.
Tabitha is a laid-back country girl from the heart of South Jersey whose passion to write was ignited by her mother. Her spiritual inspiration is often rekindled by Pastor Sarah Jakes Roberts. Through God's grace, mercy and favor, her anointing was activated, and she has been blessed to fulfill her God given purpose while embracing her passion to write.
"I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, whence cometh my help. My help cometh from the Lord"Psalm 121:1-2