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Martha was so caught up in Robert’s charm that she ignored the signs of his abusive behavior. Although everyone was telling her that he was abusive, she didn’t believe them because he was so charming. Robert was a father figure to Martha’s son, Ayden. How could she resist such a man? But things are not always what they seem . . . Singer and writer Sherell Rosegreen tells the frightening true story of a woman suffering the torment of an abusive relationship. Sherell speaks to other women who have found themselves in dangerous relationships and offers words of hope and encouragement to those who must find the courage to leave.
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Sherell Rosegreen was born in the beautiful parish of St. Catherine, Jamaica and has been in the music business since the tender age of 5. While living in Jamaica, Sherell was involved in ministering at many church events. At one of her events (1985) she was playing the guitar, and Bishop Andrews from New Jersey was in the audience. He became intrigued by the anointing on Sherell's life and extended an invitation for her to visit his church in the United States to sing and play the guitar. In 1986, Sherell took up the Bishop on his offer and migrated to the United States. In 2002, Sherell lost her beloved Mom and became motivated to sing over the famous Shirley Cesar song "No Charge". Sherell's single 'No Charge'- was made very popular by the uniqueness of the different musical arrangement that was attached to this song. It was well received by her fans and the response was overwhelming. It was voted best selling single and the most requested song on Reggae Radio. Most importantly, because of the principles and values that have been instilled in her by her Mom, has now afforded Sherell the opportunity to be the best Mom possible to her 2 children, Dajah and Jayden. Throughout Sherell's journey, she has been through many obstacles. However, she has always been aware the test comes to strengthen the testimony. With being said, in 2004 Sherell came out with her first C.D. called Better Days. The name of the C.D. was derived from all of the obstacles that she had encountered. For example, she lost her Mom, she was incarcerated, and she lost her new born baby because of an abusive relationship. Sherell was beaten and left for dead when she was six months pregnant. She was thrown in a brick wall and her placenta was torn beyond repair, but Sherell never gave up, she continue to stay strong. With all of her tribulations, God has been good. The C.D. Better Days has done very well and a couple of the tracks on the C.D. have been nominated and awarded as best inspiration song on the year both in South Florida and New York respectively. Apart from Sherell's passion to bring forth music, she is also very passionate in being the voice for young ladies that have been physically abused.
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