Harriet Cammock interviews Elizabeth Isley-Barkley, an author, schoolteacher, mom, and wife. Elizabeth talks about what it is like to grow up as the daughter of a famous dad, one of the Isley Brothers. She highlights the importance of learning to admire people instead of idolize them. Elizabeth sheds light on the many issues she faced growing up being idolized just because of her last name, in hopes of teaching people to treat people like people, instead of icons.
Elizabeth is the author of One Isley Brothers' Daughter, available all over the web. For more on Elizabeth, visit http://www.oneisleybrothersdaughter.com
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