Fredricka Walker

I am a young lady with a passion to help both male and female, but my heart passion is stronger for female. I have endured so much from a young lady until my adult life and I Know it was a lesson to make me stronger, teach me how to survive, and make wise decisions. When I was twenty-one I was in a abusive relationship but I didn’t allow him to break my spirit. Yes, he broke my heart but he didn’t break me and that is so important to me until this day. I had to learn how to become one with myself in order to come our a true survivor and I did. I don’t have any regrets about what I went through with that young many because it taught me to be stronger, wiser, and not to settle for what a man show you on the outside but how to observe the negative signs, they are so important. We had a handsome together. I have to do both roles and I love every minute. Yes, I do because it is very interesting to hear my son share certain things with me that he doesn’t share with others.

On June 16, 2006 I was hit by a drunk driver going 99 mph. I cannot recall what happen until 6:30 p.m. and the accident happen around 2 or 2:30 p.m. that day. I was in the hospital for 5 days. I had three broken ribs, punched lung, fractured elbow, left knee out of place, slice liver, concussion, and a deep cut in my head. After the accident I wasn’t able to work for 3 three years due to my injuries and complication after. I continue to deal with racing heartbeat which caused me to black out, panic attacks when a car got too close, migraines got worse, and suffered with lung infection constant. It was a long recovery but I made it by the grace of God. I still have some problems but I am living a normal life. I was able to return to school and obtain my BA in Psychology as well as return to work in my field as a Mental Health Specialist. I love what I do because I know I am able to help others or touch someone life.

As of now I am still a Mental Health Specialist but I am shifting my focusing on freelance blogging to help others world wide. I will continue to encourage others that no matter what they are going through don’t lose focus on goals, yourself, pass the blame and most of all learn how to love and respect yourself first. As young ladies we have to be able to stand against all odds without given into to whatever or whomever is trying to make us a victim. We are stronger even when we are at our lowest point in life. Don’t be afraid to tap into that secret spot and you will feel the unknown surface.

True Survivor

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