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We deserve to Love all parts of us, even our depression and anxiety parts



Do you fight depression? Do you fight anxiety? Do you fight that inner voice that says you are never good enough? Then I want you to know you are not alone. I am a person who lives with depression, anxiety and used to suffer from never feeling good enough.


I am a person who has neurodiversity, I have depression, anxiety and ADD (not medically diagnosed, just symptoms noticed), and for many years I fought these parts of me.

I was clinically diagnosed with severe depression in 2015, I sought therapy, and eventually I chose to see a Psychiatrists and take medication. Instead of being thankful and happy about having and taking medication that stabilized my emotions, I was so mean to myself that I "had to take medication" just to not fall apart. I had to take medication to "keep it together"... I made it mean I was broken, I was a failure, I wasn't "normal".


I didn't want to feel down, I didn't want to feel "negative", I didn't want to be "lazy", I didn't want to be "inconsistent", and I didn't want to have low self esteem. I wanted to be bubbly, always positive, always productive and disciplined. I wanted to be like "them". The other people who had it so "easy"... but that wasn't me, no matter how hard I tried.


Through life coaching, learning about the human brain, learning about my brain patterns and responses. I learned that having depression didn't make me any less worthy. It didn't make me any less valuable. I learned that I could have depression AND be a positive person. I learned that I could have depression with high production and low production AND it didn't mean I was lazy. I could be a person who has depression AND high confidence and high self esteem! I learned that I could be a person who lives with depression AND not beat myself up over it! I learned that I could love all parts of myself, and have my own back no matter what!

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