Life as an only child
Life as an only child was quite hard for me as you had to grow up fast, learn adult things at such a young age. Start making decisions for yourself at the age of 5.
As I was growing up things started falling in place for why I had to learn things at such a young age, which was good. Because I learnt heaps, but often not all the right things.
But then as I started growing up and growing into my teens I started realising that I didn’t want my life to be this way. I wanted to be successful, have a career and be happy. As I had already suffered what it was like not having much, I made a decision to leave my family, to be with my partner and start something new and something good with my life. To live my dreams, to be what I want to be, to make my mum and family proud of me.
Then I read The Secret and that opened up eyes to a whole new world of success, career, me, life and all the good things to life including all the good things I’ve always dreamed about as a little girl growing up. So for me, I’m going to see it, believe it and take it all in. Like a magnet I am going to attract all of what is good, and wash away the bad.