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I'm now in my 30s, and have accumulated a bunch of experiences in the journey so far. One tough move for me was to take the plunge and follow my calling. It took me a year or maybe more than that to finally do it. And every time in that one year, my little heart said <em>just do it</em>, my mind told the heart, <em>speak when you're spoken to!</em>
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I spent years having a hectic relationship with health. In so many ways it can be compared with comprehending love! It's confusing, annoying, frustrating and usually leads to the same question --why can't I get through this? I started out as strong as ever but over time my relationship with health deteriorated and eventually I hit rock bottom with a completely destroyed immune system. It was while I was left picking up the pieces that I had an epiphany.
Meet The Fat Girl In My Head. She resided in me years after I had shed all my excess weight. She was my perception of me and I was attached to her. She ensured I lacked confidence and convinced me I wasn't good enough. Losing weight wasn't as hard as letting go of her.