Lady on how she fought addiction & depression to finally graduate

Lady on how she fought addiction & depression to finally graduate

- A social media user recently shared photos from her graduation ceremony and narrated the harrowing ordeal behind her success

- The young lady revealed how she oce dropped out of university, lost a parent and became depressed

- However, things took a positive turn for her after she had an encounter with God

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A young lady has taken out time to appreciate the wonders of the Lord in her life, following her graduation from university after initially dropping out several months before.

The lady, identified as Priscilla Deus, narrated her touching story on the popular photo-sharing app, Instagram, and also shared a series of photos from her convocation ceremony.

Priscilla recounted how she had doubted her chances of ever earning a university degree when she dropped out after three years of studying.

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She said her decision to drop out negatively affected her life, and even drove her into depression, seeing that she could not share her burden with her mum who was ill with cancer.

Priscilla said she could not share her plight with her dad either because he was spending a lot on her mother’s chemotherapy.

Unfortunately, after a year of battling the disease, her mother passed on and left her with a little sister to care for. According to Prisicilla, the severity of the burden drove her deeper into depression and substance abuse.

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However, the light at the end of the tunnel came after she resumed studies at Benson Idahosa University and had an encounter with God. She said her life started to take a turn for better as well as her academic performance.

The young lady revealed that in the midst of the storm she lost so many friends and family members, who should have been around to offer support.

On a final note, the excited lady made it known that she had graduated from school and had plans for a master’s degree in the future.

Read her full post below:

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