Sometimes we don’t feel happy; life just keeps bringing us down and we can’t seem to get up. We find it hard to keep moving forward and reach our goals. We find it difficult to be who we want to be, scared of embracing our true selves.

However, Jasmine Vine managed to get out of this slope and find her true self. After having a bad upbringing and being bullied by her schoolmates, she realized she wasn’t who she wanted to be and started transitioning from male to female. Soon Jasmine started seeing her true self in the mirror. Jasmine is now glowing, full of life, and is happy to help and inspire others on their journey of discovering themselves.

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This is Jasmine Vine

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“My name is Jasmine Vine: a name which I picked for myself when I was becoming the wonderful transgender woman I am today.

The first time I remember feeling like taking my own life, I was 7 years old. My home life was filled with violence, my parents often chose drugs over food, and I was already a social outcast, being called the f-word in kindergarten. None of my family members had jobs. They taught me how to get the most out of government systems. They even thought me how to steal.”

Jasmine was born a male, but never felt like she was meant to be in a male body

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“When I turned 14, which I never thought I would, I started documenting my transition on YouTube, and this was quite popular. I often received feedback saying I have helped people find their courage, come out, and feel confident in themselves. Throughout my darkest times, this kept me alive.

I’ve always had a deep desire to help people, and knowing I could do that got me through times I didn’t think I would get through. In saying this, somewhere down the line, I lost sight of my true purpose/calling.”

Not to mention other difficulties she faced in life: constant bullying, family, and addiction problems

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One day, Jasmine decided to change her life and finally become who she was always meant to be

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“It’s not possible to shorten my story enough to fit this small space, so I’ll zoom over a couple of things: I was addicted to marijuana. I was diagnosed with depression, bipolar, generalized anxiety, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and god knows what else. I hit my lowest low, spending some time in a psychiatric facility medicated out of my mind. I lost both of my parents.”

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Jasmine started her transition

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“Basically, my brain became my worst enemy. My mind was a warzone, and I was enemy number one. Many years of psychology and change work later, reading, psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors, working on myself, and most recently investing in coaching and change work, and now, I have reconnected with my values and my purpose! I have leveled up so quickly, my head is spinning, and I am ready to make up for lost time!”

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She pursued her dreams and started a spiritual journey, helping others that were in similar situations as her along the way

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“I have decided to pursue my entrepreneurial and spiritual dreams, and I’m dedicated to changing as many lives as I can along my journey. I’m ready to put on my cape, pick up my crown, and take over the world! I never thought I could become the person I have created today, but I did, and I am!”

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Jasmine finally feels like herself and is very happy

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“I want people to know that they can experience a lot of bad things and can still turn it around and become a confident, powerful change-maker! I designed the life I am living, and I continue to design it every day. Ultimately my purpose in life is to help other people live their lives by design.”

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She inspires others to embrace who they are and follow their dreams

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