Some Truths On Being Unapologetically Human with Aisha Thalia

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What exactly does it mean to be unapologetically human?  Well, perhaps Dr. Steve Maraboli’s description of the true essence of beauty in the quote below helps explain what it means to be unapologetically human. And to dwell on the topic further, we explore the thoughts and words of Aisha Thalia.

“There is nothing more rare, nor more beautiful, than a woman being unapologetically herself; comfortable in her perfect imperfection. To me, that is the true essence of beauty.” ― Steve Maraboli, Unapologetically You: Reflections on Life and the Human Experience

One truly phenomenal woman, who captures the meaning of the true essence of beauty and knows what it means to be unapologetic as a human, is the beautiful Aisha Thalia.  As a model, mother, and a woman who inspires, creates, and speaks about what goes on around her, Thalia is viewed as an intellectual and holds a Masters in Education.

Here’s what she wrote about being unapologetically human:

“Some truths: I’m extremely sensitive. I don’t always say or do the right things, but I try. I don’t choose to nor do I want to wear expensive designers or fancy shoes but I do tend to wear my heart on my sleeve. I love hard and speak honestly. I’m loyal. I’m trustworthy. I talk too much and too fast when I’m excited. I’ve been hurt to my core by a person who I loved and thought would neverrrrrr hurt me and loved by people I thought could never love me. If you know me in real life, you know I’m happy when the skin by right eye crinkles closest to my nose. I stay in my house way too much when I’m anxious. I tend to push loved ones away when I’m scared. I’m not the best at keeping in touch with people because I easily take on energy and sometimes I’m busy being alone protecting my own. I’m overprotective of the people I love and I’m unapologetically human. I have a slick mouth and I’m working on being less dismissive of other people’s opinions. I hope social media doesn’t ever scare you away from being true to you…”

As someone who has had bouts with depression, Aisha Thalia is very comfortable in her perfect imperfection and has managed to overcome and move forward with a successful career. Her journey is an inspiration to many of her social media followers.

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Some truths: I’m extremely sensitive. I don’t always say or do the right things, but I try. I don’t choose to nor do I want to wear expensive designers or fancy shoes but I do tend to wear my heart on my sleeve. I love hard and speak honestly. I’m loyal. I’m trustworthy. I talk too much and too fast when I’m excited. I’ve been hurt to my core by a person who I loved and thought would neverrrrrr hurt me and loved by people I thought could never love me. If you know me in real life, you know I’m happy when the skin by right eye crinkles closest to my nose. I stay in my house way too much when I’m anxious. I tend to push loved ones away when I’m scared. I’m not the best at keeping in touch with people because I easily take on energy and sometimes I’m busy being alone protecting my own. I’m overprotective of the people I love and I’m unapologetically human. I have a slick mouth and I’m working on being less dismissive of other people’s opinions. I hope social media doesn’t ever scare you away from being true to you…

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