In 2009 I released my first album, Mirrors. Two days before the big boxes of albums were shipped to my house I had been raped by two men. What followed was years of hellish self destruction, alcoholism, and shame that culminated in a suicide attempt in 2012. I write this now, about to release my first single, Judgement Day off of my new EP next month, four years sober today, the happiest I have ever been. Truly.
You can use gratitude to fix anything in your life. I am not kidding. Anything. Life is a game of perception. Once you start playing the game and see all the love in the world you can tap into by using gratitude you will build your trust in the sweetness of the Universe and life just feels better and better.
Why did I change my name to Jess Justice? Well, for one it felt right. To me Jess Justice stands for the truth. It stands for living in your truth whatever that might be for you at the time and embracing emotional honesty even when it's hard.