ABOUT

Hello beautiful. I am Ta’lor L. Pinkston, The Heart Advocate. I am a Self-love Activist, Speaker and Therapist who is dedicated to the hearts of every woman. In 2015, I suffered from depression while I was pregnant with my daughter. At the time, I had just received my Master’s in Social Work; I was living in a one-bedroom apartment, low-income, unmarried, in a toxic relationship and I was fired from my employer while on an unpaid maternity leave.

I lost my value, my self-care, and my self-worth.

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Photographer: Cristin Goss (Pittsburgh, Pa)

I hated myself for bringing my daughter into a world that I did not prepare to have her in but when she was born, I was reminded of my strength. During the first year of her life, I knew that I was putting more effort into my relationship than I was putting into myself and I was done with the bullshit.

I was settling for less than what my heart + soul desires and for the first time I admitted to myself that I did not love myself. In 2016, I enrolled in the Path of Self-love school and recevied my certification in the Foundations of Self-love.

Mission Statement

To help women understand their mental health, commit to Healing Over Everything™ and make self-love a priority by defying fear, self-doubt, insecurity, shame/blame, and guilt.

Vision

For every woman and girl to know her worth and become a Heart Advocate because she applies self-love to her lifestyle.

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Photographer: Sara Lacroix (Pittsburgh, Pa)

Self-love is about choosing to accept, trust, celebrate, take care of and be compassionate wit yourself; to honor, respect, advocate for self, and to be honest about who you are and who you are not. Will you make the commitment to Become a Heart Advocate?

I am Safe-Space for Every Woman

If you are:

  • a young woman (ages 18+) in high school
  • transitioning from high school to college
  • a femme college student who has struggled with dating, sexual exploration, or navigating the bro-code on a campus
  • a woman struggling with low self-esteem, body-shaming, and beauty-standards
  • feminists who are fighting for equality (transgender bathrooms, the #Blacklivesmatter and #MeToo movement, and for equal pay)
  • a transgender woman
  • single or married
  • dating or in a relationship
  • went through a break up + divorce
  • a married mother or single-mother

I am here for your heart.


The Heart Advocate is dedicated to my daughter, Xael Ahni Jordan. You are the reason why I remembered my self-worth and stopped neglecting myself.

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76 thoughts on “ABOUT

    1. LOL! You speak truth. I didn’t listen to the minor advice I was given. It took years for me to get it…so many errors, but we are stronger now and we can educate the younger generations. Thank you sharing and following!!

    1. Thank you sooo much for taking in the time!!!!! Lol. Well i am so glad you found it now! I’m sure our life experiences are similar!!!!!! I’m almost positive. I am alwAys here!

    1. Thank you so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am trying to advocate for all women. It is so important to me to uplift women, reach out to them, and build their confidence, my own included!!!!!

    1. I just did check out your page…you will see my comments soon. I love it!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you sooooo much for the kind words! Keep in touch with me. I have so many questions about apple cider vinegar…you will see shortly LOL

  1. Hello! I’m also a new blogger and found your post on first Friday! I love your concept and cannot wait to see more – as a fellow lady trying to make it through this world too, I hope to learn from you!

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  3. Thanks so much for the Follow! I love the theme of your blog and what you are doing. Too many women don’t feel like they have someone to really go to for advice. Love it! xo

  4. This is such an amazing and relatable post! On a personal account, even I wish I had a mentor to guide me through some of the difficult situations. But, hey, let’s be optimistic. Those problems made us who we are, a better human striving towards a better tomorrow. 😊

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