This Woman’s Heart-Wrenching Story Will Teach You A Lesson In Self-Love
It was Valentine’s Day just yesterday, and most of us are back to the grind of heart-less, chocolate-less days.
For some, yesterday was everything they dreamed of. Maybe you found the love of your life. Maybe you found that your love for pizza is greater than your love for humans. Maybe your dog was your Valentine. Or, maybe you were one of those who didn’t have a Valentine. No special person, no one to confess your love to. And maybe you were lonely.
But amidst the chaos, perhaps you forgot to extend love to the one person who’s always got your back. The person who gives you undying support and is ever faithful. You.
Watch this fabulous talk by Natasha Noel about loving yourself. She talks about her journey that will inspire you, make you think and perhaps make you stop for a bit to really find it in yourself to love yourself.
On her Instagram profile, Natasha calls herself a ‘breaker of stereotypes and an ambassador of love and positive energy’. She’s often described in media as a tough cookie, an inspiration and a yogini that’s using the power of yoga to deal with inner demons. This is her story.
We can often be a nit picky. Finding fault when there really isn’t any, cribbing about what seems important but isn’t really. This inspiring talk by Natasha will put things into perspective. So, if there’s one thing you should watch today, this is it.
Natasha talks about a childhood marred by abuse, behavioural problems and mental health issues. Listen closely as she recounts the story of her early years that sounds straight out of a nightmare. But what really counts is that she is here today. Standing tall, talking about her life, and more importantly about how she found it in herself to love herself despite the many curveballs life threw at her. Her story is an inspiring one. From loathing her body, her mind and her very existence, she has come a long way, and watching her deliver this talk will infuse you with positivity. If she can do it, you can to. If she can climb out of that quagmire and emerge a winner, perhaps you have it in you too.