I was pregnant at 16. Gave birth at 17. Pregnant again at 18 and had my 2nd baby 4 days after my 19th birthday.
At the time, I never considered for a moment that what I was going through would pave the way for my mission to inspire women.
Disclaimer: Being pregnant as a teen was extremely tough and I am in NO way suggesting that it is the way to go. Situations will be different for everyone.
In this video, I am sharing a condensed version of my experience, how it changed my life and how I hope to inspire someone who may be going through a tough time at the moment.
If you ever feel like giving up, whether it’s in relation to losing weight, money issues, work stress, relationships, etc., watch this video below NOW.
While I understand that the topic of teenage pregnancy is a sensitive one, it is something that I do not regret for a second and I wouldn’t change my past whatsoever.
I am a firm believer that everything happens for a reason and I was meant to experience the struggles, hardships and adversity that stressed me the hell out almost 20 years ago.
This video was the result of a prompt that I asked my clients who are currently undergoing their own personal transformation via my Goddess Body University program.
They have weekly challenges that spark curiosity and really get them thinking outside the box when it comes to their life and relationships. I had asked them to list “10 things that they would tell their 18 year old self”. The responses were amazing and very heart felt.
It made me think about myself at 18 years old and what I would go back and tell myself.
Now, I’d love to hear from you. As described in the video, let’s get cookin’ with our challenge today.
This is a great way to give yourself a priceless gift of learning from your past.
What are 3 things you would go back and tell your 18-year old self? Share your insights in the comments below!!
It’ll only take you a few moments, but it could really make a real difference for someone else who’s reading this. It could completely change their day, week or even — their life.
Because I truly believe in my “everything happens for a reason” philosophy. Most people just don’t give themselves enough credit for what they’ve been through.
Don’t forget. Share as much detail as possible in your comment below. Your share may be exactly what someone else needs to read to have a breakthrough of their own.
And if you found this helpful, please pass this along to your closest colleagues, clients and friends — anyone you think could use a little extra support!
Thanks so much for hanging out with me today 🙂