A Conversation with Michelle
Government worker and model
Michelle is a gorgeous government worker and model from Virginia, USA and The Liberated soul magazine had the pleasure to talk to her recently.
Q: Can you tell us a little about you? Where you come from? Your childhood, what do you do?
M: My name is Michelle. I am 41 years old. I have 2 children (18 girl and 16 year old boy). I live in Virginia but am from Ohio. I grew up in Jackson, Ohio and Jacksonville, Fl. My parents Kim and David both have passed. I grew up in a blended family. My parents were remarried. I was a straight A and B student in school. My mom owned a farm. I was involved in 4-H for so many years. Showed Chickens, Rabbits, Etc. and ran for Fair Queen Twice. I work for the city I live in. I am a Senior Office specialist for Solid Waste. My hobbies are photography, cooking, modeling, outdoors, reading, and writing.
Q: What have your challenges been in life?
M: I have had so many challenges in life. Don’t know where to start. I have overcome childhood sexual abuse, rape, and abusive relationships. Also eating disorders, death of parents, and motherhood
Q: How did you overcome these challenges?
M: Childhood sexual abuse, rape, and abusive relationships with therapy. Also eating disorders with a lot of support from therapy, doctors, and family. Death of parents-still working on that one. Motherhood-support from family and friends
Q: What are your proudest moments?
M: Would be the birth of my children. My daughter's graduation High School. Myself graduating college. Overcoming so much in life with support.
Q: Who are the important people in life?
M: My children and family (too many to list)…LOL
Q: What is one life lesson you would like to give to the world?
M: Don’t let people judge you are put you down. Just remember that no matter your size, gender, color, or sexual orientation that you are important and beautiful on the inside and out.
Connect with Michelle on Facebook here.