what I really, really wanted,
They have learned to hide who they really are over time; they are dimming their light. They are afraid of scorching others. But the result of them doing this is that they feel stuck, and the world misses out on their brilliance.
Long before I became a coach, I earned a master’s s degree in international relations and worked in the humanitarian field in order to contribute to the alleviation of the suffering in this world. But I underestimated the devastating impact this kind of work had on my own wellbeing.
Until several years ago, I hadn’t learned to listen to my mind-and-body and its extraordinary needs, which are different than for most people. I learned it the hard way. I was very good at pushing myself and applying my high standards first and foremost upon myself (and I still am). I repeated habits and patterns that created overstimulation, stress and exhaustion.
know yourself &love yourself in order to be yourself
Let me give you the bright woman’s brilliant life checklist. You’ll love it