Finding your voice

I’m a firm believer that everyone has a voice. I also believe that something beautiful happens when you decide to embrace that voice. You exude more confidence, people become much more attracted to you, as well as much more intrigued by you. Best of all people listen, they are interested in what you have to say. 
As I continue to write and share my thoughts, experiences and get better at sharing stories, I realize that I am finding my voice. I am able to weed out those negative thoughts and not apologize for what I have to say. Better yet – I find tactful ways to express my thoughts.
So how exactly do/did you find your voice? 


  • Alzheimer's: The Journey

    I found my voice through Alzheimer’s Advocacy. After being Diagnosed with Early-Onset Alzheimer’s, I knew I had to talk about it. It was the only thing I knew how to do. I blog. I utilize Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as well as physically give presentations.
    Even now, since I’ve lost my ability to speak, it has stopped me. I still have a lot to say and I’ll do it any way I can, for as long as I can!

    • keshnadonia

      I enjoy reading your articles, so I’d like to encourage you to write! Write and write some more! This past weekend I met a few other people who also have family member with Alzheimer’s. it felt as though not enough people speak about it.

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