Michele Card was born in Kingston, Jamaica, migrated to Canada at age 11. Prior to that move, she lived with her father in Belize, in Central America. After her return to Jamaica with her mother, twin brother and sister, and a younger brother, the family moved to North America. Michele was the eldest sibling in a new country, and she had to quickly learn the dynamics of relationships and how to assimilate to a new society.
Michele was brought up in the Catholic faith and attended Catholic schools. In high school, she met girls from all walks of life and various cultural backgrounds, and she formed a sisterhood with them that continued into adulthood. In her final year of high school, with her mother’s permission, she attended public school. Needless to say, the co-ed classes required a huge adjustment; in some ways, the transition was educational, but it was disastrous in other ways, an extreme learning curve. Learning how to communicate and thrive in the world of both sexes took some getting used to, and she quickly discovered that male-female relationships can be quite complicated.
After high school, Michele attended the University of Toronto as an English major, but she ultimately worked in the financial field, cultivating relationships along the way. These would prove to be assets, as she was exposed to many different nationalities. She developed excellent communication skills and enjoyed meeting new people and different ways of life. However, she still observed a significant gap between men and women in relationships, both professional and personal, and she often witnessed breakdowns in communication that led to potential problems.
Along life’s journey, Michele has engaged in other work efforts as well. She had served as a radio disc jockey, performed her poetry at local restaurants, volunteered at a women’s shelter, and sat on the board of directors for youth violence. She has apprenticed as a hairdresser and appeared in small film roles and on billboards as a model. Among all these, Michele considers her greatest accomplishment to be her three children from her union of twenty years. She has dedicated much time and made many sacrifices to ensure that her children would grow up in a stable environment. Her love of traveling and experiencing life outside the box has led her down the path of writing, and she loves to communicate positivity with everyone who crosses her path.
Michele is a force to be reckoned with, taking the literature world by storm with her realistic, candid thoughts about relationships and the dynamics of successful communication between men and women.
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