Hi! I am Lukizzy, and I am so glad that you are here. I am a mom of four (2 gamer boys and 2 sassy girls) and live in Mississippi. I am a former teacher of 13 years, a writer and mentor to girls and young women. Up until few years ago, I was a full-time second grade teacher. Unfortunately, after a bout with severe depression and a diagnosis of fibromyalgia, I decided to retire from teaching.
Growing up, I battled depression and low self-esteem. I let both issues dictate the my joy, and I never learned how to love myself completely. It was not until I was faced with a series of life changing events that I was forced to take an honest look at my life. My brokenness ushered me into the presence of the Lord and allowed me to heal. He opened my eyes and helped me to realize that I could be a vessel for His Kingdom.
There are so many women out there facing the same issues I struggled with for years. Low self-esteem, lack of confidence, poor body image and abuse has become rampant. So, yes, I want to be the vessel that God uses to help change lives. Why? Because I firmly believe that every women should see herself as God sees her.
I truly appreciate you and thank you for joining me here as strive to provide honest advice/girl talk, resources and support to women that are seeking confidence, wholeness and direction.
My mission is to empower and equip women of faith with the tools and resources needed to to promote positive self-esteem and confidence. I want to provided women with the tools they need to gain a healthy image of themselves and to help them love themselves as much as the Lord loves them. I also want to teach women how to regain love and respect for themselves in regards to depression and abuse.
What I Achieved
Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education--Delta State University, 2000
Masters of Education in Elementary Education--Delta State University, 2005
Former Teacher of 13 Years
Mentor to Young Women--2015 to 2018
Please note: I am not a licensed medical doctor, therapist, or psychiatrist. Please seek medial attention or contact the necessary authorities. My advice cannot substitute the advice of a medical doctor or trained therapist.