Reformation

Readers voted for me to publish a piece about the birth of LexLeshay…

Plot Twist: LexLeshay has always existed.

However, the spoiled rotten and selfish child was molded by a series of books recently collected and titled, The Help Me Be Good* series by Joy Wilt Berry.

With each book I was trained and groomed to be a better person.

One that didn’t act out, complain, break promises, get careless or destroy. Trained to be one way with no understanding that no single person is one way, all of the time. There was one book that the series didn’t offer, Being Vulnerable.

Vulnerability leaves you exposed, and as I’ve shared in my bio not all people are good people.

There are times when I am put into a position that requires the strength, boldness, sarcasm, analytical and meticulous pettiness of LexLeshay. While this happens once in a blue moon, it does happen.

Ladies, it is not your duty to always be the bigger person in every situation. Your spirit will know and it may bring out a side of you that scares you. Embrace it. Embrace your dark just as much as you cherish your light. Last of, don’t allow anyone to walk all over your, your valuables, your loved ones or your heart.

FullSizeRender 74.JPG

I’ll always share my experiences here! If you’d like to play a more active role in their release, follow me on Instagram @feelthinklovelivelife. This is where I will post polls in which you can vote to determine which stories will be shared.

The poll results for the published posts this week included the Birth of LexLeshay: Reformation and Overcoming Discouragement.

*Being Lazy, Being Forgetful, Being Careless, Being Messy, Being Wasteful, Overdoing It, Showing Off, Being a Bad Sport, Being Selfish, Being Greedy, Breaking Promises, Disobeying, Interrupting, Whining, Complaining, Throwing Tantrums, Teasing, Tattling, Gossiping, Being Rude, Snooping, Lying, Cheating, Stealing, Being Bullied, Being Bossy, Being Destructive, Fighting, Being Mean etc.

Published by Star

Creative Content Specialist

One thought on “Reformation

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: