I’ve been self loving from a young age (had no idea that’s what it was called) as this was how I managed to overcome a lot of my insecurities surrounding my sickle cell. Growing with this mentality has given me so much confidence that I can sometimes come across as a little bit conceited… I even once described myself as ‘amazing’ in an interview. Lol! Of course, I’m not once you get to know me — conceited that is— I am amazing though. Anyway back to the point, Continue reading “Self Love Is More Than Words – Bye For Now”
My slimness, my iddy biddies, my height, my hair and also my health. All things that at some point in my life I’ve had a complex about… How did I have a complex with all of my awesomeness?!
Some of you may have noticed I’ve been gone for longer than a minute. No posts, no Spotlight Sundays, NOTHING!
As usual the twitter timeline gave me an interesting topic to share.
Having been in a relationship which eventually ended due to the pressures of my sickle cell I believe that it is important for people to consider the health of your partner before getting into a relationship with them; and if it’s not for you then it’s just not for you.
Please let me know your thoughts whether you have sickle cell or not, interested to hear everyones views.
Being confident is something that I believe we need to make a conscious effort to do as it may not come naturally to everyone. My confidence blossomed when I began to own my health condition and everything that came with it instead of trying to hide it. You can read about my Conscious Confidence Mechanism in my chapter of Confidence Confidential.
Please excuse my tired and quiet voice; recovering from a sickle cell crisis can do that to you. Anyway, I don’t believe I’m the only person that gets de-motivated sometimes… What do you do to pick yourself back up again and get back on track?
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