I'm starting with the man in the mirror !! Remember that song? Go ahead and sing it..
In every transition in life- when I have come to the realization that I needed to move to a different level- It meant something inside of me began to change.
My first transition was one I left my first husband-- and then I started my MBA and I cut all of my hair off-
Then I found out that I had alopecia- and all of my hair fell out- and I rocked a bald head for years.
When I became serious about my business- I changed again...-
I am the author of 3 books, been in 2 movies, countless radio shows, a TV show, articles, mother of two girls, business owner of a nonprofit and a business.....
I am finding myself at the cross roads of change again- I don’t know if I can explain it, if I can put it into words, it is a feeling- it is a pulling a tugging at me –that something must change in order for me to change- so I started as always with my mindset, and my thought process, and now I am ready for the next phase!!
I am changing and I need all of me has to change- not only from the inside but from out appearance – and I am coming to the realization that my outside HAS to match my inside if it does not then I am not becoming fully who I want to be- who I am becoming- who I am… so as I start on this new journey- and work on my fearless journey- I embrace this change
oh my it is taking my breath away as I write this right now. I am excited, scared, happy, intrigued- I am beyond ready to learn this new me- to embrace me- to tell me- girl you are one bad chica… you made it.
Its ok to live in goodness... and to stop looking for less and looking for lack… you are what you were looking for... Be at peace… we welcome you to you-
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I had to think my way out of depression!!
In the beginning it was a deadly process, a daily struggle! The thing about depression- as a survivor of domestic violence- is that it never shows on my face!
See I was great at hiding all the time- what I was feeling, what I was thinking, what I was processing. My abuser taught me well- to put on a good face for the world ! So when I left, I felt like I need to continue to do that. I smiled, I laughed, I played and seemingly had a great time!
After reading Joyce Meyers "Battlefield of the Mind" I knew I had to do something about my mental state of health! I took time to place positive quotes and affirmations EVERY WHERE.- and I listened to them ALL THE TIME.. until eventually they replaced all the negative the thoughts with positive ones!
You have to trust the process when it comes to starting your life over ! You are so worth it my friend!
Trust me from a woman who didn't look in a mirror for over a year after I left my abuser... you are worth it!!
Hey guys!! I am J’Anmetra Waddell the ONLY Live Past Crazy Specialist.