Founder/Owner, ForEver Soon Fulfilled
Self Development Coach
I was born, raised and still reside in Eastern Shore, Maryland. I have a 14 year old son that I consider as my best friend as we have created such an amazing bond together. In fact, we are most known for our kick ass mother-son duo, and I am most definently proud of that achievement. However, it was not always smooth & sweet for us.
I come from a long line of trauma and abuse. The first time I started questioning the direction of my life was when I had my son at 22. His birth was the glimpse of light at the end of my dark tunnel that I needed to see. I knew that I no longer needed to live this bs life on autopilot, because I became a mom and I had to starting living life for him. So, when he was 18months old, I made the hard decision to save us and leave the toxic environment that we were in. We have been on our own ever since. Through that journey, I learned a lot of hard lessons and faced many challenges; trying to co-parent with an abusive ex, developing Fibromyalgia, financial struggles, constantly having to move and so much more. However, the reasons I continued to keep going was my will to never quit and to give my son the best chance at life.
When I was 26, I finally hit a burn out and had a major mental breakdown. All of the emotions and feelings of my past caught up with me. I had been trying to parent and live life normally while secretly drowning in the memories of my past, self-sabotaging from living fully and carrying the weight of the world on my shoulders. I was fighting the silent struggles of depression, anxiety, PTSD and ADHD. I finally started getting the true help that I needed. It was when I was 28 that I decided that I wanted to flip this experience and help people. It was inevitable that I still had a heart to care for others and do something in my life that would free other people from ever carrying the pain that I had endured over the years - just didn't know how.
When I was 33, I was inspired to take an online course with Iyanla Vanzant. Her gift to heal others was just so admirable and I aspired to be just like her. So, I invested into her course that was titled, "Iyanla's Fixins". It was one of the most life changing experiences of my life. That is when I had made the final decision to become a coach myself. I signed up with the Clique Academy on April 2, 2020. The Clique Academy was quite an invigorating experience as well. What I have learned through this process was that you do not just learn to become a coach. You have to heal yourself before you can be there for others. It makes you go through the hard work yourself, you learn how to cope with your own past and you heal yourself through it as well. It was such a beautiful experience to connect with so many women who were also healing through this process, but also leveling up to not only become the best coach they could be for other women, but to also become the best version of themselves. By going through this process, not only has it set me up to be a better, more patient and present mother for my son, but it also helped me heal my PTSD and manage my depression, anxiety and ADHD. Now, I have made it my mission to teach other women what I have learned and to teach them to recondition their ways. There is a light at the end of the tunnel and it can be reached. It doesn't have to be this hard. I took the long road, but that doesn't have to be your story. I want to inspire women to re-write their stories, recondition their minds and rejuvenate their souls to know, feel and live in the knowing that they are good enough, worthy and capable of anything they put their minds to, regardless of their situations.
In 2020, I had started out as a Coach for Single moms, but transitioned in 2021 to support and empower all women. I also developed a following on TikTok that gives me the platform to go live and reach all people, however I am currently a Self Development Coach for Women. I focused mainly on working with women due to the "women support women" trend. I want to be the woman for others, that I didn't have growing up, and realign our sisterhood. Women need to support each other more, and I want to be a part of that movement.