– we all know what our shape is, disliking anything bodily should not be something that is swayed by society but something that you feel deep down that YOU want to change for YOU. A young 31 year old woman who has overcome so much in her life and continues to do so” “Not more than you or less than you, but enough for me!
And in all honesty, society doesn’t know me well enough to tell me how to be, or to judge me for being me. So to all my women, continue being strong, continue loving yourselves, continue loving others, changing perspectives, being real, being strong, being women!!
"My father worked away and I was left with my mother, who had a wild lifestyle. Gilberti was part of the SA Depression and Anxiety Group (Sadag) teenage suicide prevention week.
She said she decided to get involved because "it is my responsibility as a public figure to help young people by sharing my experiences".
It can be great one minute and horrible the next." Mboya urged pupils to talk about their problems in order to avoid suicide.
Sade Gilberti who became a household name for her presenting work on youth TV show YO-TV left her comfort zone in South Africa and jetted of to London last year in a quest to be closer to family.
But thanks to social media, we have been keeping track of her and judging by her Instagram posts, our Sade is having the best time in London.
I too fall trap to societal mind frames that tell me I’m too this or too little of that.
(Even when it comes to body frame, gaining weight or losing etc. ) When these moments happen, I remind myself of WHO I AM!
Having decided to delve straight into her spirituality, the 31-year-old has recently highlighted the challenges that women go through everyday in order to be accepted by society.
She wrote the following on her post: “Before woman’s month comes to an end in S. I’ve decided to post yet another (nudish) image to remind woman to LOVE themselves wholly.
She said society needed to do more because young people were increasingly committing suicide.Television actress Hlubi Mboya told the pupils: "I know being a teenager has a lot of ups and downs.