INTRODUCING: ‘IdentiFIGHT’ – The Fight For The Real You!

Once upon a time, I didn’t like myself very much. I didn’t like how I looked, I didn’t think I was particularly bright (most likely because I grew up being told I was stupid) I was a sensitive and an emotional child and the many negative comments thrown at me affected me deeply.

Growing up in a single parent household, I was a rebellious teenager with identity crisis and self-worth issues.  At a young age, I became a people pleaser who will go to great lengths for other people just to be liked and be accepted. Let’s just say that emotionally, I was a wreck and while this followed me into adulthood, I skillfully covered it up with church and religious activities and professional excellence.

The constant feeling of  “not being good enough” is a debilitating condition that negatively impacts every area of your life. Your relationships, your productivity in your career, your emotional stability and even your relationship with God are all affected.

I have been there, lived through the horrors and come through to the other side. Believe me when i say it’s been quite a journey.

I’ll love to share my story, my experiences and the lessons I have learned with you if you are going through similar issues. I also have friends who have become sisters, who had all gone through the school of life’s hard knocks and passed out in flying colors, who will love to share their personal stories as well.

I have called this meeting  ‘IdentiFIGHT’.  It’s fighting for the real you that God has so wonderfully made to come out from under the layers of insecurity and low self esteem.

We will sit down together, open our hearts, support and encourage each other.

Please stay in touch on all my social media platforms for updates on DATE, VENUE AND TIME.

I’m really looking forward to meeting you!

4 Replies to “INTRODUCING: ‘IdentiFIGHT’ – The Fight For The Real You!”

  1. “IdentiFight” is a very good initiative. Many haven’t been able to come out of childhood ‘IdentiBruise’. Sharing common experiences among people of diverse background is one of the ways to finding lasting healing and empowerment. All the best with this Fola.

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