Vulnerability over Depression

When I decided to start my blog back in July, I had no idea where this was going to take me. I started this blog as a tool to help me get over depression. I was learning to be vulnerable and real with myself. It will be the only way I can truly heal from my pain.  

I would like to share how I have applied a few of these core values to my life and how I am becoming a better woman for it.

 

Accountability- I had to expect the reality. I was depressed, broken and I needed help. I was ashamed and didn’t want others to know because I was scared of how people would look at me. For the help to begin, I had to accept responsibility for the part I played in my life. For every action, there is a reaction. I have not always made the best choices, but these decisions have put me in a place where I can use my tests as a testimony to help someone else.

 

Authenticity- This was something that I struggled with throughout my adult years. Since I was happy in my life, I was trying so hard to become someone else. I wasn't true to myself. I wanted to fit in wherever I can. I allow people to hurt, abuse and use me just because I wanted someone to say they loved me. We are made unique for a reason. Use your personality, spirit, and character to bring joy to someone else.

 

I started Build Her Up to help a woman from all walks of life. No matter where you are in life God can use you for H

 

is purpose. If we continue to use these core values to uplift women, we can make a difference in someone’s life. God has blessed every one of us with a unique talent, and we should use it to help someone else on their #faithjourney and always remember Real Queens Fix Each Other’s Crowns.

 

Nafeesah Leverett

CEO of Build Her Up, LLC

www.buildherup.org

Please reload

Our Recent Posts

June 2, 2019

April 1, 2019

March 4, 2019

Please reload

Archive

Please reload

  • Facebook Social Icon
  • Instagram Social Icon
  • Twitter Social Icon

©2016-2020 by Enjoying Life Fully LLC