Daughter Of A Schizophrenic Mom & Alcoholic Father, This Writer Beat All Odds And Became A Published Author

“Since I was 9, I’ve never accepted myself and as I grew older, it became much worse. I’ve tried to be like other females and take on their characteristics because I didn’t love myself enough to be me. I would jump from relationship to relationship with guys hoping that they would give me the love I’ve been wanting for myself and from my parents. Growing up in a household with a schizophrenic mother and alcoholic father, I was never taught that I was good enough and that I was loved.”

Read how author Jennifer Harris fought to overcome her childhood and feelings of low self worth and become the author of her published book, “Journey to Love.”

I Thought I Really Loved Myself. How I Discovered TRUE Self Love At Age 29.

“Think about it; would you want to be alone in a room with someone you despise? No, right?

That’s why I never wanted to be alone. I despised myself. I was always made fun of for who I was so of course, I learned to hate myself. I felt a relationship would prove to everyone and myself that I was lovable. I felt it validated me; even if it was a toxic relationship. It was something. I felt being with someone made me forget about the person I hated, me.”

Read how I stopped lying to myself that I loved me for years and discovered TRUE self love.

All Women Are Crazy Because…

We are not afraid to love hard. When we love, we organically love hard. We couldn’t “half ass” love even if we tried. When we love someone, we work to understand them instead of giving them a judgemental title that doesn’t do them justice. We think of you and your well-being 24/7. So yes, we…

I’ve Been That Girl: Like SZA on “The Weekend”

“He had a girlfriend already and everything but I was weak as hell…and desperate. I had not learned how to be comfortable by myself yet. I had not learned how to exude self love. I thought I loved myself but the way he seemed to love me felt so much better.”

I’ve Been That Girl: One Of His Many

“We were a part of the world to him that wasn’t damaged like he was.

He saw the good woman in all of us but didn’t know what to do with it.

He just used us to fill a void.”

I’ve Been That Girl: Acting Like The Men That Hurt Me

The tables are turned in this one.
Meet Jennifer Harris who sabotaged a good relationship due to being a damaged, hurting girl hurting others due to her own past pains.

“You go through my phone and feel belittled, less than a man. I mean let’s face it, you are. You keep taking me back you stupid boy.”