- A young lady recently headed online to share the news that she is finally a qualified psychologist
- Her post shows that years prior to reaching her goal she had struggled to find assistance with paying for her fees
- Her friends and followers seemed just as happy as she was about the news and were soon taking to the comment section to share heartwarming congratulatory messages
If it was simple, many more people in South Africa would be equipping themselves with the skills to help make other people's lives easier. A young lady proved this after heading online to share a post about SA needing more black female psychologists.
According to the post that was made by the woman with the handle, @JustMosa_, she was willing to help fill the gap but unfortunately was struggling to secure funding for her studies. Fast-forward to the present day and the same young lady is celebrating having finally secured herself a qualification in psychology.
"I finally am a black female psychologist I still can’t believe it," she wrote happily in the tweet.
South African social media users were left buzzing by the post and were soon in the comment section sharing congratulatory messages and well wishes. Read a few of their comments below:
"May you please provide me with a way to contact you because I’d like to hear about your psychologist journey as I’m studying psychology."
"Congratulations it's amazing how your dream manifested just goes to show, when you a passionate about something and never give up no matter the adversities along the way,you succeed! and that's the end game,well done, halala"
In similar inspiring Briefly.co.za news, sometimes our callings only become clear later on in our lives and following them at that stage is up to us. A brave young woman Kholofelo Makofane recently shared with Facebook page Varsity World how she made the brave decision to leave her job as a bank manager to become a building science student.
"I was once an Assistant Branch Manager at Capitec Bank. After almost 5 years I decided to follow my dreams of being in construction. 2019, at the age of 29 I was a first-year Building Science student at TUT. 2020 at age 30 I was given an opportunity to do my Experiential Training at Steffanuti Stocks. 2021 at age 31, I am a final year student.
"One day I hope to tell my full story, but for now, may I inspire that person who is so afraid and is thinking they are too old to follow their dreams. One day I will be a Quantity Surveyor. One day there will be other Kholo's taking a leap of faith and accomplishing their dreams. I am Kholofelo Makofane, one day you will know my story."
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