Nevaeh's freedom was very important to her which made it so frustrated when others tried to put her or her creative ideas in a box. She despised being around people that tried to control her ideas or have their stupid input about what Nevaeh should do. These people 's lives were so mess-up but they think that they understood Nevaeh's life. She realized that she was different from others, she was unique and God has created her for his purpose. People would insulted her and she couldn't understand or come back with a response right away for these type of people. With the help of her coach, she understood that she was wire differently from others. If you said something insulting or stupid to her, she would understand and she would have the answer for you in a couple of days. Nevaeh loved people and she felt connected to them because she understood that they were spiritual being. She also knew that others didn't like her and they' ll tried to cause problem for her specially when it came to her marriage and her family. When she was down and down instead of lifting and helped her, the enemies would add more to her issues, it was let me kick you while you are down. Nevaeh would forgave the person but she would be aware of who to trusted and whom to let be closed to her and her family. The same people she helped when he or she had issues would be the same person that tried to hurt her. She liked to network and made friends very easily. She loved to asked questions and compliment others.
It was easy for people to open up to Nevaeh and she would keep it confidential, at first she didn't know how to deal with it. She had people that came in and out of her life, one in particular helped her to understand what she could do after someone would open up to her. She needed to give the issues to God to help that person and for Nevaeh to let it go. Another sister helped her to understand that she was strong and God will delivered her. Nobody is perfect and it wasn't her fault that whatever she was going through wasn't because she was doing something wrong.
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