Out of everything bad something good always comes out of it. I had a religious marriage in 2012 and 2 days after that my soul had realized that he was not the right person for me. Although, I never ended up admitting it to myself at that point in time. Now after 7 years I have finally admitted it to myself. I am a college graduate with a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology and with a minor in Business Management. Thus, I can proudly say that my ex-husband did not deserve me.
The best part of my visit to Pakistan in 2012 was that I got to meet some really amazing children. They were my little angels and I am sure I have impacted them during my visit there. One of the little children came to me while I was there and told me that he felt bullied by everyone for the way he looks. I told him that one day they will look beyond your looks and see your inner beauty and soul. He was an amazing little child with a beautiful heart. God bless him in his future success and academic career. This little child was so happy with the encouragement and positive feedback which I gave him. The day I was leaving Pakistan in 2012, I told him to come and give me a hug. He got so excited that he came over to me and gave me the biggest hug ever and shocked me with a sloppy wet kiss on my cheeks.
The only other people I have ever allowed to give me wet sloppy kisses are my siblings and cousins. Yucky wet kisses from children are the grossest things out there. This child was just really excited and so grateful for the encouragement I gave him. Thus, I know that I have impacted his life which is why this sloppy wet gross kiss was priceless to me.
Shayan, for appreciating my advice and encouragement!
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Welcome to Alia Khan’s life and professional coaching and mentoring page. A 34-year-old woman who is working on her undergraduate degree in Psychology with a Business Management minor as well as now she is a certified life coach, with a mission to inspire individuals with a language learning disability (LLD) and who is associated with someone who has a language learning disability (LLD) be the best they can be. Even those dealing with a low self-esteem level and low self-confidence level.
I can speak from personal experience since I have LLD. I have suffered from it my whole life not knowing why I couldn't read and write. Thus, my family and relatives always thought I was bad, rude, and making excuses not understanding that my neuro pathways work slightly different from the average brain as well as my brain is wired slightly differently due to hypoxia. This simply just means I did not get enough oxygen to my brain during my birth, which is no one's fault. Thus, the left side of my brain has brain damage. Ones I learned what my learning style was I actually gained a level of self-confidence. Plus, in my native culture, they have no awareness of how dyslexia affects an individual. I don't blame them for bullying me I blame their lack of awareness of neuropsychology. I dedicate my coaching business to my mom's teachings she has always helped and taught people to be better individuals. I owe my education to her since she encouraged me to aim for the sky and not settle for less.
I help individuals with language learning disabilities (LLD) gain high self-esteem and confidence level, and professional coaching. The followers and clients will get free resources and videos every week as well as motivational affirmations. Thank you all so much for liking my Facebook page.
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