Zizo Tshwete got deep about her journey with fans.
TV and radio presenter Zizo Tshwete formally known as Zizo Beda has opened up about reclaiming back her power after going through deep trauma.
In a recent Instagram post, the former Miss SA Teen explained that she had endured traumas that her body had struggled to deal with over the years and that she is finally allowing herself to be vulnerable, so she could heal.
Zizo doesn’t detail exactly what the encounter was but she does admit finding strength and courage to deal with her vulnerabilities and today she is celebrating herself and giving words of wisdom to her fans.
She began the post by asking people to refrain from judging others without understanding the origin of their perspectives.
“Nobody deserves to have their innocence taken away from them No matter what. My body has carried that trauma for some many years. I couldn’t handle the pain as a ten-year-old little girl(that) I passed out.”
Zizo adds on and says she had never thought about the painful experience until she was a “deeply broken adult who desperately needed to heal.”
“Never thought about it again until as a deeply broken adult who desperately as a young adult took any last hope I may have had for the goodness in people. You can only imagine abyss I have had to crawl out of to know of self-love let alone to have the courage to allow myself to experience it. Yet, here I am. Celebrating myself for that, in fact, my vulnerability is giving me back every inch of power that has ever been taken away from me.”
Zizo said that self-love had played a huge role in how she has helped herself out of a hopeless situation an that she was sharing her experience so that people could get to know her better.
“So instead of any judgement of how you think I should express myself about my life journey, could I submit for your consideration that you get to know me. As told by me. Maybe you would see more than a ‘respectful girl who is now showing her thighs’ and maybe the thought of a women who has survived terrible hurt but has fought to restore her self-love I a healthy and balanced way could occur to you.”