My story might not be that different from yours

In my childhood and youth, I struggled with many things: clinical depression, social anxiety disorder, suicidal thoughts and attempts, anorexia, bulimia, substance dependence including drugs and alcohol, people pleaser syndrome, codependency, isolation, alienation, and during my nervous breakdown I even displayed many toxic behaviors myself.

These were the effects of prolonged physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual abuse that I have endured for 3 decades of my life. In my family and romantic life, I experienced toxic relationships with people who displayed traits of narcissistic, antisocial, and borderline personality disorders.

Happily, this is all in the past now.

And I can appreciate that if it wasn’t for that, I couldn’t understand other survivors half as well today.

It took a lot of determination and hard work to get out of reality, which was so toxic and present in all main areas of life, I finally believed that it couldn’t ever be any different, so I was ready to give up on my future. But eventually, I did arrive at the point where I own the right to make my own choices in life and, through that, make it harmonious, balanced, and supportive of my growth and health, where I can feel respected and loved and feel safe to return it in full.

My experience is my message – it is possible to recover. And it is truly worth the time and effort.

To one degree or another, your story could look similar. And I’d love to see if I can be of help to you in that process.

Throughout my recovery, my eyes opened to inner awareness, peace, and the ability to make my future different from my past. Now I help others on the journey to recovery so they can experience the same emotional and mental freedom.

If you want to know how to break the rules of past conditioning and start creating something new in your life, perhaps I could be one of the people who could deliver support. It’s not magic, of course, it takes a bit of time and effort, but I’m here to tell you that it works.