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Introducing myself and my journal: Projecting my voice for the voiceless.

About Me:
2014 will be the year of my graduation and the affirmation of my intellectual ability. This is important for someone like me. If you are a high school dropout, have a history of mental illness; have not made a whole lot of money or married into it. If you are divorced and portray a host of other social failures, then it becomes important that you are able to authenticate your identity as a person who is able to operate on the level of normality or perhaps sub-normality, required to pass exams. Having two successful children is inadequate; as they are simply ascribed to the father’s genes or some other quirk of life. Oh, of course, doing it at 57 years old is a bit of delayed action but I was so busy working through the mentioned experiences and raising the children, I just did not get round to it.

My Passions:
Championing the underdog.

My Challenges:
survival necessitates earning a living and squndering valueable time.

My Vision for the Future:
Building a forum where support can be given to women and children to change their lives.

My Areas of Expertise:
BA Psychological counselling by the end of the year. published magazine stories, volunteer fundraiser website administrator for Zimcare Trust,

Comments

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Congratulations on your

Congratulations on your success, My WP Sister!

Welcome to World Pulse, Rayella.

I relate to your frustrations as a mother/wife. You have truly become empowered by education. Bravo!

Your visions are one step closer to achievement when you network in such a strong group of empowered people. You are only one person, but you are smart enough to know that our power is exponential when combined with other powerful people.

You are now a part of a thriving grassroots network of women leaders and supporters from more than 190 countries. See the Getting Started Guide to learn more about networking in our community: http://worldpulse.com/pulsewire/about/guide

I look forward to hearing more of your voice in WorldPulse.

Continue to be a blessing.
Yvette

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