“My name is Desiree and I struggle from self-image issues as well as lack of self-confidence, I am in need of support.”  

I say this to you the reader, and to the world, because I don’t think it is something said often enough.  I don’t hear people admit they too, have self-doubts or could use more self-confidence.  I start my blog in such a way so that you recognize you’re not alone.  The world is filled with many of us young, middle-aged, short, tall, etc.  There is not a single person I know that does not have flaws that they might dislike or down right hate.  It’s not verbalized though, I want to verbalize them! I want our flaws to be acknowledged, I want our dislikes to be recognized.  I want us to know that having self-image issues or lacking self-confidence is OK, it is normal, and that a normal human being has them. You do not need to be afraid of them, or let them make you be afraid of life

I originally chose a book as my way to share my story.  I then decided that a blog might be a more universal way to speak to those who normally would have no interest in “self help.” I hope to create a community for girls, boys, men and women to be themselves.  To be able to talk with others about their concerns about self-confidence and self-doubt. I hope to create conversation starters and encourage strength, unity and positivity around self-confidence and self-esteem. I hope you read these posts and realize I’m very similar to you, I’m a “normal” human.  I do not have a doctorate in psychology, I’m not a public speaker. I am a twenty-five year old woman who works every day just like you do, to get up and face herself in the mirror.

So I am going to post a topic a month, I encourage all the readers to have conversations with myself and each other.

I want to hear your stories! Share them with me by Email me or tag me on Instagram.

Instagram: @beyou_findyou
Email: beyoufindyou@gmail.com

4 thoughts on “Introduction

  1. This makes me so happy to see Desiree! Proud of you! You were always one the bravest, hardworking people I’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting.


    1. Nate, your words are so kinda and so encouraging! Up until now I never saw myself as what you describe. It’s been a long journey but I hope to help others find their abilities too


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