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Born and raised in the dusty streets of Zhombe in Zimbabwe I found myself pulling away from others at a very young age. Crowded spaces frightened me and everytime I was forced to stand in front of other students to answer a question I would freeze or choke on my own words. I didn't know what was wrong with me until I learned about introversion. It is then that I started to fully embrace myself, as different as I was to other children, I started loving the unique me.When being an introverted person became a barrier for me to be heard I turned to writing. My writings are my voice and a voice to the many voiceless people out there.I write poems, short stories and novels related to real life events. My daily life, the people around me and the nature inspires me to write on a daily basis. I also sometimes write for therapeutic reasons, I have had about three episodes of severe depression leading to suicidal thoughts. When everything including the therapy couldn't help with my depression I channeled my pain to writing. I got lost in the fantasy world that the always creeping in negative thoughts faded and positivite thoughts took over.