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Beverly Naya Reveals The Terrors Of Her Childhood

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Nollywood actress Beverly Naya, has always stunned on the red carpets, events and even on her social media page but one would never imagine that the beautiful diva once thought she was nothing to write home about when it comes to good looks. Sharing a photo with her fans where by she revealed the emotional trauma she endured as a child and the experiences that shaped who she has become today. Her fans where truly moved and gave their heart felt comments. She said, “I’ve come a long way from the little girl who was bullied for having really bad eczema, crooked teeth, a ‘lightbulb head’ and ‘football legs’,” she said, adding, “I never thought I was beautiful as a child and once I hit my early teens, I found myself overcompensating for my lack of self esteem.”The actress noted that she became the version of herself she wanted only last year, when she said f*ck it! and decided to lead the no-nonsense lifestyle she had always yearned for. She continued, “I think I only truly found myself last year, I stopped trying to make people like me, stopped trying to force people to see the real me… I only realised last year that you can’t force people to like you, neither can you dumb down/change who you are to be accepted.” It is a known fact that people eventually get to a certain point in their lives, when they decide to live the versions of the lives they always wanted. And dear Beverly Naya has gotten to that stage. We saw how she quickly shut down a rude stylist who had unkind things to say about her.

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I've come a long way from the little girl who was bullied for having really bad eczema, crooked teeth, a 'lightbulb head' and 'football legs'. I never thought I was beautiful as a child and once I hit my early teens, I found myself overcompensating for my lack of self esteem. I wanted to please in every way to the detriment of my own happiness…this carried on into my early twenties when after two years of living in Nigeria, I nearly completely lost myself trying to fit in and be understood/liked. I guess growing up as an only child has partly attributed to my reserved nature. I'm an introvert when you first meet me but an extrovert when comfortable, most times socially awkward on first encounters (first few encounters in some cases lol) but my heart is always in the right place…I'm not perfect. I think I only truly found myself last year, I stopped trying to make people like me, stopped trying to force people to see the real me…the funny me, the happy and bubbly me, the caring me. I realised that only those who are genuinely supposed to be in my life would always be the ones who get to see this. I only realised last year that you can't force people to like you, neither can you dumb down/change who you are to be accepted. I'm not perfect but God thinks I am and He knows it's been an emotional battle to get my mind to where it is today, but I am so incredibly grateful and proud of myself for the woman I am becoming…I say becoming because I don't believe any of us are there yet, I don't think we ever stop growing into our purpose, but the journey (if you allow it to happen without manipulating it) truly is beautiful. If I could speak to my younger self, I would tell her: Dear Beverly, I love you so much. You are beautiful, you are worthy, you are a gift from God and you are enough. The very words my mum has told me since I was a young child, the very words that went in one ear and out the other…the very words that with time, experience and growth; I wholeheartedly understand and accept today. (Cont'd in comment section) Signed BN Written at 02:35am on June 12th 2017 ❤️

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