Diosa Chiqui is both a mom and a life coach who recently went viral on TikTok teaching her two young daughters about bullying.
First, Chiqui first sat down with daughters Alayna and Neelia and held up a piece of paper.
“Say mean things to this paper,” she told them in the video which was posted on April 15.
Her daughters didn’t hesitate.
“You’re ugly,” one said. “You don’t have no friends,” said the other.
“You’re fat!” the other one said. “That’s why your mom doesn’t love you,” said the other.
“You smell like dog food!”
Each time her daughters said something mean, Chiqui would crumple up the paper a tiny bit more.
Chiqui did that until the piece of paper finally was a tiny ball. The mom then asked her daughters to apologize to the piece of paper and then unraveled it but it was still crumpled up.
“Is it fixed?” she asked them. “No,” her girls responded. “This is why you don’t bully,” she informed them.
And no matter how many times the girls apologized, the paper was never quite able to return to its initial state.
Many were quick to praise the mom for her quick thinking.
According to her YouTube page, she is “Single Mother of Two, Certified Medical Assistant, Dance Instructor, Fitness Trainer & Model, Trainee Life Coach, Drawing Artist, and a proud Motivational Speaker that is loved and known for making a memorable impact in her life, as well as in others.”
Chiqui decided to become a life coach after implanting a heart monitor to prevent heart failure, overcoming three strokes, cancer and obligated to daily drug control due to epilepsy and “today she stands strong and with a positive mindset.”
With a background in the creative and educational fields, Amelia Finefrock is freelance writer, singer-songwriter and nanny based in Chicago.
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