I have made hundreds of new friends since the beginning of my journey. My choice in life is to help others who struggle, hoping my story will help them by sharing my story of overcoming obesity, depression, and losing my bio hair. Sometimes we just need to reset our mind and take baby steps in moving forward each day in a positive direction. It’s a personal choice to find what will make you feel alive. I feel like a whole person again like when I was an innocent child before growing up in a world of corruption, toxicity, and judgment. I learned how to be proud of my alopecia and my accomplishments by accepting my own flaws.
My wig journey and learning all I could from my Wigs.com website education changed my life even more. I have self-esteem and courage like nothing before. I have had the most amazing things happen to me in the past 2 years. I got promoted to Manager, bought a house of my own, paid off my car, got promoted again to Director and now I am inspiring women globally, during my free time, because it's so important to me to pay it forward. I have always been a cheerleader to others, but when we become a cheerleader for ourselves, that’s when new beginnings are born, and miracles happen. We must be sensitive with our daughters, sisters, nieces, aunts, girlfriends, moms, grandmas, neighbors, colleagues or any women you see with hair loss. Alopecia affects millions of women, including movie stars, who also wear wigs, but I bet most people have never noticed. I am raising awareness to help those who suffer from hair loss and simply have nowhere to turn. We are stronger than we think.