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"You, yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection" - Buddha
*I was accepted into the graduate program and am now working on my MS in counseling: marriage, family, child therapy. I just started (Aug 2014) so I have another 2 years, followed by a year of internship.
*I got my BS in psychology in May (2014)
I am here to become the best version of myself that I can be. I not only want to be thinner, but healthy as well.
GOALS & REWARDS:
170 - KOBO E-Reader
160 - Trip to Sedona, Az.
170 - Sexy high heels - accomplished (11/14)
170 - book
160 - Hair: color
150 - Hair: trim/perm & Eyebrows: shaped/wax
140 - Joining the FAB 40 TEAM
130 - New workout shoes
120 - New wardrobe
Yoga, running, and love
My name is Kimberlynn. I am Irish-American (57% Irish based on ancestry DNA). I am especially proud of my Irish heritage. My family hails from the province of Ulster, in Antrim, Belfast, Derry, Donegal, and Down; and the province of Leinster in Dublin. I grew up in Los Angeles County (Wilmington, Long Beach, Compton), but I have lived in the Central Valley of California (Visalia / Porterville) for the past 27 years. I plan to move to Seattle, WA after graduation to work as a therapist. Once I am licensed as an LMFT I will go into private practice. I am very interested in volunteering my therapeutic services as a United Nations Volunteer (UNV) for refugees in war-torn countries.
I have an AA in social science, a BS in psychology, and am working on an MSC/MFCT
I don't watch much TV - although I am insanely addicted to Criminal Minds - I love me some Dr. Spencer Reed. I do read A LOT. I love to read paranormal stuff - especially if it comes in a series. My current favorite is the Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolini
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| current weight: 163.0
Have a wonderful Wednesday.
4 days ago
I know that you have wonderful things in your future and that you will be able to bless so many people with the things you innately know and the things you have learned. You will have the opportunity to change lives and even save lives. Some day when you are retired, like I am, you can look back on your own career and be in awe of the opportunities you were given and what you made of them. A doctor once said something to me when I was a young R.N. that stuck with me. He said he treated every patient like that person was his own grandmother and that seemed to really hit a spot with me. You will encounter a lot of difficult patients but if you keep this in mind you will always do your best for them.
In regard to relationships, sometimes a door closes and it seems like the worst possible outcome but, years later, another door opens and it's the right door and you are so glad that you didn't settle. I had a rough childhood and a rough life until I was 30. I always prayed that some day some one would really love me for who I am. There were times that I didn't have much hope but I continued to pray that it would happen and it did when I least expected it. The reality was so much better than what I had envisioned. It was like finding my other half and it was the same for my husband. I hope that you will pray that prayer every day and that some day you will be as blessed as we have been. Trust that when the time is right, it will happen. If it happened for me, it can happen for you.
11 days ago
Thank you for adding me!!! ??
19 days ago
I feel blessed to know you!
25 days ago
Hello friend! :-)
32 days ago