Choose Forgiveness With Tomara Moss!
Tomara Moss is a surviver and an incredible example of resilience!
The first time I hear her story I was in tears and new that I needed to have her story on the podcast.
She is a paraplegic motivational speaker, resilience expert, domestic violence survivor, former homeless child, an NCAA wheel chair basketball champion, and educator!
This conversation is a story of choosing forgiveness and the higher path no matter what.
More info about Tomara Moss:
Tomara has been living to beat the odds since birth. Homeless before 2 months old in foster care before 3 months and paralyzed by the hands of her father before 1 years old and fighting for her life thereafter. Tomara has been the ultimate underdog, the fiercest fighter and an expert in the field of resilience. Tomara believes when there is no one there is someone and you can still overcome.
Tomara is currently a Special Education Teacher in Tucson AZ, born and raised in New York City. After her mother abandoned her and her father was sent to prison, she would soon realize she was on her own as her foster/adopted mother wasn’t very kind to her. At the age of 9 she began planning for her future. She went on to earn her associates in Early Childhood at SUNY Cobleskill, Bachelors in Elementary Education/Psychology at the College of Saint Rose and her Masters in Special Education and behavior disorders at the University of Arizona where she also played wheelchair basketball and won 2 championships. The majority of her teaching has been to students with Learning disabilities, Emotional Disorder, ADHD and or Autism.
I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I enjoyed having it!
Tomara's story is one that everyone needs to hear!
I am filled with gratitude for my life from listening to her example!
Thank you for listening!
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