The True Version of Myself

Meyanwieh Diana Queency
Posted October 14, 2019 from Cameroon
The Real Me

My life has never been wasy until when I riscodis the true version of myself. Growing up as a young girl, I knew I was the worst person on Earth because I was born out of weedluck, always sick people thought I was a witch, my father abandoned me was left with my mum because even the family saw me as burden. Not until when I started School people boast of their fathers and their younger ones. UnfuntunU for for me I am the only child till date. I haven't really known what family love means to the extent I had to leave a copy and paste life to fit into the society. I always try to attach to people who didn't fit in my pirppur because I wanted to make a name so that family will know that am important. I wanted to impress people not living my purpose but now am proud of who I am becoming I can act on my own timetable, without being told of what to do because I've left my pass behind, what people think of me is not my future and having a father or not is not the end of life. 

The True Version of myself is a turn around to my future.

This story was submitted in response to GirlForce: Unscripted and Unstoppable.

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Anita Shrestha
Oct 14
Oct 14

Dear
Thank you very much and keep it continue. And welcome in this WP.

Hello, dear Diana,

It’s not your fault that you are born out of wedlock. And it’s not true that entering in this world that way makes you a lesser human being. Those are lies.

You matter.
You are valuable.
You are important.
You are beautiful.
You deserve a space in this world and you have the power to own your story and create new beautiful chapters in your life.
You have the power to be the best version of yourself. So invest in yourself. Study more, read more, research more, and do more.

I hope you find healing from that feeling of abandonment from your father.

You have a family here on World Pulse.

Thank you for sharing your story. I’m looking forward to know what your plans and goals in life are. I believe in you.

Jill Langhus
Oct 16
Oct 16

Hi Diana,

I totally agree with what Karen, and couldn't have said it better. We are here for you, dear. Always. You are enough. You do enough, and you have enough!

XX

Wow am really blessed with your all your words of encouragement sisters. I feel so much alive being amongst you