There are three times in my life when I felt I wasn’t who I was.
The first was in high school when someone took credit for an article I had written. I watched as everyone gave them accolades about the best article EVER written in the schools newspaper and I had to watch as they were treated like a queen. Back then I didn’t speak up and I wasn’t a fighter.
To this day I’ve had some anomosity toward the person, but you live and learn.
The second time I was a friend of the family who used my identity and ran over my credit.
Now we hit the third time. Someone took over my hubbooks yahoo mail account and have literary just ruined my life by sending out emails to say I’m stuck in London and I can’t leave.
It’s a good thing I’m networked not only through that email but others as well and I also have intelligent friends and contacts who immediately saw a scam and contacted me.
I know I can’t expect everyone to be good and moral, but I’m hopeful enough to ask why on earth would someone want to hurt someone and take credit or steal someone’s identity – the only real thing that’s valuable to us?
I’m realistic enough to know this is a silly question to ask, but I love being a good person and I dislike people who do things to hurt others in any kind of way.
I’m not going to discuss this matter any deeper, because things happen. You roll with the punches and keep going. I’ll probably talk more at How To Love A Black Woman about losing yourself to yourself. I know the issue of me NOT speaking up when my feelings are hurt and also my forever hope that doesn’t seem to run out are going to generate some posts so keep on the lookout.
If you’ve received any emails from my hubbooks account, please report it to Yahoo security immediately. Thanks