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Now, here’s my real story behind the bio…
I woke up in my bed, curled into a ball just wishing that I could just disappear.
Growing up, I was bullied, diagnosed with severe social anxiety disorder, popped meds everyday for 2 years, lacked confidence, suffered from depression, and felt completely unfulled and unexpressed. I compared myself to other women constantly, would always end up with the wrong men and had to drink alcohol in order to feel comfortable in social situations. When I was in school, I’d always hide in the back of the room, avoid social settings at all costs and I even ate my lunch alone in the bathroom stall to avoid the feeling of being an outcast.