⬆️See this woman
I have been broken, ridiculed, betrayed, hated on, and was told I would never amount to anything!!!
▪️Teenage mom with only a high school education
▪️No money in the bank
▪️Section 8 housing
▪️Living paycheck to paycheck
The odds were stacked against me, but I was determined to do better, be better, live better!
So I started a business, NO experience, NO clients, NO money, NO car, and NO support!
I knew I had magical cleaning hands, and I wanted to share my talents with the world 🌎
I believed in me and my abilities; that's why I share these stories with you because I don't want you to go it alone; I believe in you!
And as your coach, I will be with you every step of the way!
▪️You want to start a biz...I got you
▪️Need help starting that blog...I got you
▪️Ready to transform the way you see yourself...I got you
▪️Think your mental illness holds you back?... Nope I got you
Yes, the odds might be stacked against you too; that's no reason not to try!!
Remember I was you once, and I'm a living proof that all things are possible...especially with God and a coach😉
Olivia B. Shepherd
✅Myth: Young people and children don't suffer from mental health problems.
▪️Fact: It is estimated that more than 6 million young people in America may suffer from a mental health disorder that severely disrupts their ability to function at home, in school, or in their community.
✅Myth: People who need psychiatric care should be locked away in institutions.
Fact: Today, most people can lead productive lives within their communities thanks to a variety of supports, programs, and/or medications.
✅Myth: A person who has had a mental illness can never be normal.
▪️Fact: People with mental illnesses can recover and resume normal activities.
For example, Mike Wallace of 60 Minutes, who has clinical depression, has received treatment and today leads an enriched and accomplished life.
✅Myth: Mentally ill persons are dangerous.
▪️Fact: The vast majority of people with mental illnesses are not violent. In the cases when violence does occur, the incidence typically results from the same reasons as with the general public such as feeling threatened or excessive use of alcohol and/or drugs.
✅Myth: People with mental illnesses can work low-level jobs but arent suited for really important or responsible positions.
▪️Fact: People with mental illnesses, like everyone else, have the potential to work at any level depending on their own abilities, experience, and motivation.
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