Chapter 1: The Continuation- Wyman King In His Own Words…

The Continuation: Wyman King In His Own Words

In our inaugural post, I shared with you just how important it is to peel back the layers in order to understand why people behave the way that they do in a relationship. We couldn’t be more excited to share our first story. A story that will reel you in. Alert: Required pre-reading before you dive into this post! “Speaking of Wyman: A Twin’s Perspective”

Wyman is an amazing father, a dedicated husband in training determined to get it right, and a man who is so much more than the labels assigned to him through the years.

“Never satisfied”, “Only knows how to show love through money and material things”, “Too quiet”, “Not trustworthy”, “Cheater”, “Divorcee”. You know the drill- everything you can think of? In this inaugural feature peeling back the layers of people and understanding a person for who they are BEFORE you can understand why they operate the way that they do in a relationship, Wyman gives us insights from the heart. In this video diary, he details the moment that he figured out exactly who he was and how he became a man. He takes us on a very personal journey from a conversation with his father. Get ready to understand the backdrop on how he became the man that, fairly or unfairly, earned every label.

Don’t leave us hanging; Wyman will join the convo to respond. Leave your thoughts and questions in the comments. How many of you recognize his story in someone you love?

Important Disclaimer: Today, he shares a solid and loving relationship with his father who is there to support him at every turn. He understands that his father has his own backdrop story as well. Redemption is possible for all.

26 thoughts on “Chapter 1: The Continuation- Wyman King In His Own Words…

  1. It’s really cool that you and your father have established a great relationship after what you shared. This interview is really intriguing and inquiring minds would love to know more about your thoughts and feelings for your dad when you found out your mom hadn’t received child support after 3 months of his conversation with you? Do you feel like that moment help to shape your relationship with your son/children?

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    1. Thank you so much for taking the time to chime in. I love the questions that you’ve asked. I definitely plan to have Wyman on to respond. The response to his story has been overwhelming. Thanks for supporting!!

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    2. It may seem crazy,but I still didn’t hate him. I actually loved him very much. The little that I did know about him (what his friends, and family would say)didn’t match his actions. So I just wanted answers. Why?!?! Through it all, I actually think it helped me to be a great father to my children. I try to give them everything I always wanted in a father. Not just monetary benefits, I am someone they can come to for ANYTHING. I still have a a lot to learn, but I’m always here.

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    1. Thanks Alicia!! There’s more of his story to share so we’ll let you know when the next part of the chronicle is ready. Ha! I love your comment and let me just say, the Kings will definitely keep it coming:-)

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    1. I couldn’t have said it better. You are so right. There’s power is sharing your story!! He’ll be responding soon to let us know his thoughts now that his story is out there.


  2. This really touched me because I can relate in some way because I never new my father and I saw my mom struggle a lot trying to make ends meet. When I was 6 years old my father sent me a letter and picture and I remember being excited about the letter and sent him a picture back with Also asking him for some money. I never received a reply and I am 38 years old and he doesn’t know me or my children.

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    1. Your comment made tears roll down my face. You are the face of strength and courage. You are amazing. I’m looking forward to Wyman reading your comment and seeing the parallels between your story and his. Major love to you!


  3. Oh wow! So many memories from those days and to see how God has worked that thing out for you Lyman and your families has me choking up. Wanda was soooo proud of her boys until the day she passed. But glory be to God for giving you guys the path you took in order to make you guys into what you’ve become.


  4. Most of us have a story, including our parents. I remember hearing TD Jakes say that our parents were “broken when we got them.” Acknowledging the brokenness gives us the opportunity to detach the behavior from the person. (This is especially important when dealing with those that we love). I’m sure it’s easier said than done but this alone can help heal some dysfunctional relationships. We can then get reacquainted with them at the level that there on and put aside the ideals we’ve created in our minds.


  5. So much depth! Causes me at 71 years young to reflect! I don’t have the words to adequately express how this will impact a nation. My love, support and prayers are with with you; keep forging forward!


  6. I would love to hear the rest of the story!! Crystal, it was so pertinent what you stated in your initial blog for a lack of better words….that we can’t limit people to their situations/circumstances. We have to believe that growth and change are always possible. Your brother-in-law wouldn’t be where he is today if it weren’t! Look forward to the next read.


  7. Wow!!! Thanks for sharing his story, my husband has a story and I’m praying once he shares it he’ll be free! Loving this Blog! Thanks for giving birth to a vision that will touch and help many people.


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