If you have asked me this some time ago, I probably would’ve responded something on the surface, something I think leaves no room for judgment or critique. But now, after all the personal issues I’ve been through and all the experience I gained by working with others, I learned that vulnerability is the key that releases you, which empowers you as a woman and which creates real and authentic connection. My greatest challenge was to learn to love myself. I grew up in a family where I felt misunderstood, like I’m always being compared with others children and I had the permanent feeling that I was not good enough. This later reflected in my relationships, becoming an unsatisfied woman, that lived with the fear of not being left and was always guilty about everything.
It took a large emotional suffering in my life to realize that all this unhappiness which I felt is the consequence of not loving myself, that I don’t know my own worth, I don’t think I’m worthy and I wait for the other person to give me what I cannot give myself. My life started changing in that moment because I started to see and feel things differently. Hypnotherapy helped me a lot, I got back to the past, my inner child and I healed all the wounds, rewritten convictions and identified behavioral patterns.
I worked months with a coach, that helped me see many aspects from my past and realize that it’s always been about me and the others were just acting as mirrors and they guided me with lots of patience on my road. Today I’m an accomplished woman that learned to enjoy herself, to say “I love you” in the mirror and to allow myself to make mistakes. The woman that relaxed and accepts things as they are and has discovered a great satisfaction in inspiring other women to love themselves