Kay Shanice is a young woman who has achieved an impressive feat: she graduated from a UK university with a psychology degree while taking care of her twin boys. Her story is an inspiration for many people who face challenges in pursuing their education and career goals.
Kay Shanice was 19 years old when she dropped out of university because she fell pregnant. She gave birth to two boys, whom she named Kai and Kian. She did not let her situation stop her from fulfilling her dreams. She decided to re-enrol in university and continue her studies in psychology.
She faced many difficulties along the way, such as balancing her parental duties and academic workload, finding childcare, and coping with financial stress. She also had to deal with the stigma and stereotypes that some people have towards young mothers. However, she persevered and overcame the obstacles with the support of her family, friends, and tutors.
At the age of 23, she finally graduated from one of the UK’s universities with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. She celebrated her achievement on social media, where she received thousands of likes and comments from people who praised her for her determination and courage. She also expressed her gratitude to everyone who helped her along the way.
She said: “4 years ago I dropped out of university because I fell pregnant. In 2 days I will have completed my psychology degree, whilst being a full time mum to these crazy boys. I can’t wait for our next chapter.”
Kay Shanice is not only a proud mother, but also a role model for other young women who want to pursue their education and career aspirations. She hopes to inspire them to never give up on their dreams, no matter what challenges they face.
She said: “I want other young mums to know that it is possible to achieve your goals, even if you have children. You just have to work hard, stay focused, and have faith in yourself. You are not alone, there are people who will support you and help you along the way.”
Kay Shanice plans to continue her studies and pursue a master’s degree in psychology. She also wants to work as a counsellor or therapist, where she can use her skills and experience to help others.
She said: “I love psychology and I want to use it to make a positive difference in the world. I want to help people who are going through difficult times, especially young mothers who may feel isolated or depressed. I want to show them that there is hope and happiness in life.”