BUILDING CONFIDENT YOUNG GIRLS

January 13 2018

Written By Natasha Veale - January 13 2018

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CHRIS
January 30 2018

Tash, my darling daughter-in-law, here I am late to discover things – your blog. I am so proud of you and burst with joy that you are the wondrous being who shares her life with my son and my beautiful grandchildren.
All your futures shine bright.
Thank you for your sensitive, loving, nurturing nature. I love you xx

Lorena
January 15 2018

Oh Natasha you beautiful human!
I lost my mum to early onset dementia so never grew up with a strong female influence in my life. I’m only finding my feet now as an adult and am learning the art of self-love not only for me but so I can be a strong influence for my daughter. I know how important it is for girls to learn to love themselves for who they are and drown out the negativity of society.
Thank you for writing an amazing first blog. I’m really looking forward to working with you ???

Paul
January 14 2018

What an amazing person you are! just when I thought I loved you as much as I could…Keep strong and own your destiny. Your husband and your little family of cheeky monkeys will support and love you where ever it may lead. You are already a winner, much love and happiness. PV

Lucy
January 14 2018

Oh Nat, what an absolute touching first blog. You definitely have a gift with words and know how to speak your truth so well. I absolutely encourage what you are saying 100%. Little girls through to adult women constantly need reminding of self love. I remember my mother always complaining about her body (but hello she had 5 children and not a single stretch mark! I thought she was beautiful) however her self image doubts krept into my mind from a very young age. I have now learnt from having a daughter of my own the importance of letting that all go! You are incredibly beautiful inside and out Nat, thank you so much for sharing and reminding us all that importance. I am incredibly sorry to hear about your mumma, she would be watching over you every step of the way, and be bursting with pride! Lots of love xox

Davinia
January 14 2018

Thank you for allowing me to be apart of your journey by sharing your story, opening your heart and being such an inspirational woman and friend. Thank you for reminding me that self love is a priority for me and my children. Thank you for reminding me to share love and vulnerability to help others find their self love. Thank you for reminding me to decorate my girls beautiful bodies with bows so they can sparkle as they play, grow and learn. You are a remarkable woman!! Love you xoox

Mell
January 14 2018

Oh Natasha, what a beautiful, touching and emotion provoking first blog!
Thank-you for sharing; for opening up and letting us get to know you more.
Self love is something I grapple with and I want to make sure Addi doesn’t ever feel what I feel. I’ll definitely be getting that book – thank-you for the recommendation.
You are so strong, so brave and you should be so proud of all you have achieved so far.
Can’t wait to read more xx

Lex
January 13 2018

Tash, what a beautiful start & I will be purchasing that book for SJ! I am Lucky enough to know you personally and I find it so hard to believe you ever didn’t have love for yourself! When I see you, you just radiate. You are one honestly of the women in my life who Truely inspire me whenever I am around you. You have this amazing presence of a strong, wise, confident woman who just gets the job done. I think this translates into your beautiful business you have created and further more your words of wisdom through your blog. You deserve everything that comes your way and Lola and Arabella are so incredibly lucky to have you as their mumma. Those girls are dynamite Xxx

Kat
January 13 2018

Love you like the sun loves to shine. I’ve always got your back sista xx

Shine bright my beautiful friend xx

Adrianna
January 13 2018

Natasha, what a beautiful piece to start your new blogging journey. Your raw emotion and personal insight into your life as a child and young adult as well as your honesty and love you show for your girls is inspiring. Thank you for sharing and reminding me to love myself and be a positive and strong role model to Mia as well as Jack. Much love xx

Carmen
January 13 2018

First of all, hello to your blog! And secondly, thank you for sharing your story with us; and such a personal side to start off with. No doubt you will continue being an inspiration to those around you – your girls are going to know (even more) just how special their Mum is.

Bronwyn
January 13 2018

As a Mumma to only boys I sometimes get lost in the “self love” treatment for myself but reading this just makes me realise how important it is not only for women but young boys too for not only their self but for their future wives to understand that it’s needed. I really hope to one day have a daughter of my own and when I do I will be implementing everything you said. I’m still choking about you loosing your mother at such a prime part of your life and I just couldn’t fathom.. I’m speechless. Thank you so much for sharing such a personal story that gives so much awareness xxxx

Jemma
January 13 2018

Nat, thank you for sharing such a personal insight into your life. I can’t imagine how hard that would have been, especially to start your journey of motherhood without your Mum by your side. Thank you for your inspiring message – some days it is overwhelming. Thank you for reminding me that that’s ok. Can’t wait to read more of your blogs xx

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