- A local psychologist recently shared a super inspiring post about opening her very own practice
- Her post includes snaps of the place, which has been decorated beautifully with energy stones and plants
- Mzansi were so motivated by the post that many of them headed to the comment section to congratulate her
It was truly a "halala" moment for a young South African-based Namibian woman who just opened her very own private practice. In a heartwarming online post, the young psychologist shared the exciting news with her followers.
Taking to Twitter, @PsycedelicHoe shared snaps of herself standing in her new offices which she had decorated beautifully with plants and some energy stones which she says will help her clients and herself cry "healing tears."
"First day as a private practice owner/practitioner!" she wrote happily in the post.
Many of her friends and followers acted accordingly after hearing the great news and swiftly headed to the comment section where they congratulated the young woman enthusiastically on the noteworthy achievement.
Read a few of their comments below:
"Well done. It's a great service. We need more of your kind of practice in this Covid19 pandemic era. Congratulations Ozi. The office environment looks welcoming and relaxing."
"All the best with good quality service care to clients."
"Congratulations hunnay, I’m so proud of you. I’ll come visit you soon."
In similar inspiring and motivational Briefly News reports, a beautiful young South African woman is doing the things that'll make success to be done. Taking to Twitter, @RakgadiKoolKat shared some exciting news - she just opened her very own optometry practice.
Her heartwarming, inspiring and highly motivational post included pictures of her standing undoubtedly proud in front of her new store. In the caption, she also calls on South Africans to kindly support her new and exciting venture.
"Sooo I opened my own optometry practice in Malelane MP. Nkomazi Twitter please come through for ya girl," she wrote very happily.
Of course, Mzansi loved to see a black woman winning in life. The post received a whopping 34k reactions. Many people also headed to the comment section to share messages of love, support, and encouragement.
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