Is Your Hair Purple?
Is Your Hair Purple?
Our founder shares her personal experiences and road to empowerment in this month’s blog: Is your hair purple? This is a question my mom asked me many, many times while growing up. She used this question as a way to prove that, just because someone says something about you or calls you a name– It doesn’t make it true. “If someone said your hair was purple, does it make it so???” NO, just like when someone calls you an “ugly spider” it’s no more true than you having purple hair!
I know I’m not alone in this, and I know others may have had it far worse than I did… And many had it far better. Growing up had many challenges and opportunities to sink or swim. Through many hardships, judgment, ridicule, abandonment, ostracism, mockery and name-calling, I had to figure out who I was, the person I wanted to become, and how I wanted to treat those around me (from family, friends and those that caused harm).
Not only did these things come from the outside world but it existed in my home in the form of both physical and emotional abuse. Although on a logical level I could understand the lesson that my mom was trying to teach me by asking me “if my hair was purple,” it became hard not to internalize those negative things and allowing those harmful worlds and actions to not become a part of my BS (belief system) in myself. If my dad could hurt me, mock me, ignore me and leave me– How could I not believe the things I heard out in the world?
Understanding this was an unpleasant way to learn and grow and something I would never wish upon anyone. Honestly though, I don’t think that I would change it for the world because it made me who I am today. I am not just a survivor, I am a conqueror, I never gave up but have learned to set healthy boundaries. I am someone that loves deeply, cares strongly, forgives unconditionally. I give my all, I spent a lifetime trying to prove my worth but now I understand it. I am kind and compassionate. I am strong, I am worthy and I am beautiful and… sometime I do have purple hair because I choose it. I know who I am and I’m the only one that can choose to let a limiting belief system that was forged in the recesses of my subconscious long ago to rule me or to rise above, I CHOOSE who I want to be.
BE STRONG, BE BOLD, BE KIND, BE BEAUTIFUL AND ABOVE ALL KNOW YOUR WORTH!
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