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Rebecca Renea’ Thompson Biography
Rebecca Renea’ Thompson known as Nae Nae, Nae, BeckyNae, Sunshine, or RedNaeNae was born January 26,1966 in Fort Hood, Tx. Rebecca was born with blurred vision and was the 3rd person to have exploratory eye surgery to correct muscle imbalance. Because of her rare blood (RH negative), surgeries were considered too dangerous for her to continue with proper surgeries, leaving one eye incorrect. However, she could see correctly, there was no longer anymore blurred or double vision; although It took years to learn to laugh at and about her disability thanks to her loving grandparents.
At age 4 Rebecca was diagnosed with a rare blood disorder that could have shortened her life. Her parents were told she may or may not live to 23 years old. Rebecca has survived many surgeries in which her parents we told there was a 25/75% chance of survival. Rebecca has survived abuse that most would not recover from or live through, Rebecca has beat the odds that doctors, teachers, family and mental health professionals felt someone else may not have a positive outcome.
Rebecca’s birth was not planned by her father Royce A. Thompson Sr. Rebecca’s father was a Drill Sergeant of the United States Army. Mr. Thompson came from a wealthy Bi-Racial Family that felt Rebecca was an embarrassment to him. Rebecca suffered extreme abuse from her dad as a young girl. Rebecca was raised as a military brat and afforded a life of travel around the entire world. She was a very different child as her mother, siblings, and grandparent’s state in their interview.
Rebecca kept a GPA of 4.0 while in High School attended classes 8 am until 11 am, she worked half a day 12 pm until 4 pm for the school Principal, worked for J.C. Pennies 5 pm until 9 pm. Monday through Thursday. Thursday until Sunday she worked full time for M&M Mars Candy Factory 10 pm until 6 am. Rebecca attended Paul Quinn College from age 15 until 18 every summer for 6 weeks while living in the dorm. Rebecca was a strong willed young lady who would not accept “no” as well as not to accept any mention of defeat. Rebecca felt she had beat the odds and her 110-year-old great grandfather would not allow her to give up on any dream she had. Rebecca started a survivor’s newsletter in 1997 for abused children survivors while in Sacrament California after the death of her great grandfather in honor of him. Rebecca opened her first Tax Office in 1997, as she also helped her husband run his company and build customers for Harold Carter DBA Color Time TV Rentals before she ended the mentally and emotionally abusive marriage. Rebecca has attended Paul Quinn College, Baylor University, Four C College, Sacramento State University, TSTC, MCC, Everest Online, and Ashford University holding 4 degrees. Rebecca’s degrees are Business Management/Accounting, Secondary Education Teacher, LV Nurse, and Clinical Psychology Human Behavior.
Rebecca is a domestic violence survivor counselor, child abuse counselor, cancer survivor advocate, marriage counselor, and ADHA child and adult counselor for The Family Abuse Shelter. Rebecca is also the Host of the midday TV show on channel 10 KWTX where she educates others on life and healthy life styles to overcome the fears of survival from abuse, neglect, fear of starting over and healthy relationships among the signs of an abusive relationship from the beginning.
Rebecca has taught secondary school, been a nurse, a clinical counselor, as well as the owner of Sunshine Tax and Personal Business Management. Rebecca is a grant writer that believes in giving back to others in any way she can. Rebecca is a servant of God hoping for a better life for all of mankind. Rebecca had a gift as a baby of becoming withdrawn or uncomfortable around certain people, this was something her grandparents found to be a spiritual gift as well as caused them to rely on her to warn them of anything she felt was alarming of strangers, friends and even family members. Rebecca’s gift has been admired by many Christian Pastor’s and Clergymen.