I started writing The Goddess League because I felt compelled to do so.
I would get complimented so much on the way I carried myself and I noticed it was because other women of height weren’t confident. Some would slouch or just walk with the weight of the world on their shoulders and I used to always question what could possibly be the matter with them? What I failed to realize was some young ladies and women weren’t fortunate enough to be told everyday that they are beautiful and to be a tall woman is a gift. I am aware that being different isn’t something that the majority of the population craves but I took so much pride in standing above the rest.
I hail from the great state of Texas (where everything is bigger and better!) and I am the baby of 8 siblings. Thankfully my Mom and Dad were both around 6 feet tall so the majority of my brothers and sisters are as well. Leads me back into why I said I was continuously praised…it was because I had other shining examples and had no choice but to be thankful for my height.
Now please don’t get me wrong I wasn’t a fan being the tallest of my peers when I was younger, not at all. I for sure had my struggles and that is what I talk about in The Goddess League and I mention the victories as well. I call it a self-help guide but it is so much more than that.