Hello! Let me introduce myself.

Hello! I am Harasees, a young girl who aspires to become a millionaire (I believe I am not alone in this) and a minimalist. I am a huge food enthusiast who is constantly prepared to grab a snack, and I always regret it because I gain a bunch of weight (oh jeezz!).

Anyway, I am an ambivert who enjoys speaking frequently, but only in my particular zone, where you are and I will be sharing my heart out in my blog.

I adore reading books outside in my backyard, sipping coffee and enjoying the aesthetic vibes.

Given the circumstances, I was a high school bookworm. I’m afraid even mathematics was an A+ subject for me in the past. I’ve always thought of myself as having a soft spot for writing. Writing genuinely informative content makes me feel great, which is why blogging is useful.

Things haven’t been ideal for me ever since I started my adolescent years. I quickly discovered that I was gaining a lot of weight as a result of some hormonal problems. My family and friends’ perceptions of me have changed as a result of this. My parents never asked how I was doing and always treated me like garbage.

Every time I went to school, bullies bullied me fiercely, including my teachers, who would constantly refer to me as obese, heavy, overweight, and other derogatory terms. The toxic energy I received made everything more complicated for me.

I vividly recall locking myself in my room for a month out of fear of the judgments people would make whenever I was in their presence. I went from being an extrovert to an introvert as a result of this. I didn’t go out in the town or party.

A month later, I received a serious depression diagnosis. I used to cry all night and blame my weight and appearance on myself. I even made an attempt at suicide because I didn’t see any use in continuing my will to live. I struggled to get over this trauma. So I tried every other therapy in the area that I tried was ineffective. Till I eventually ran into the girl who had been admitted to the hospital.

She was overweight and chubby like me, but her optimism was on the next level. I learned after having a word with her for an hour that I’m not the only one who struggles with fat. Many other girls do as well. She quoted a quote saying, “Beauty comes in every shape and size,” and it changed my life.

I came to the conclusion that what matters most is how you feel about yourself, not what other people think of you.

I know that initially, it feels a little overwhelming, but baby steps will make it painless. Remember that Rome wasn’t built in a day!

I’m on a journey to better my life, and I won’t leave you alone! I want to help thousands of people out there who are tired of their existing lifestyle and turn it into the best!


See you inside,


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