In 2013 she experienced a time in her life she refers to as ‘slump period’. Everything seemed perfect in her life, but she felt exhausted, had panic attacks and was very self critical. She was already studying psychology, but had to face the truth that even though you know how something works, practicing it is the hardest part. She started to ask for help and from that point on she learning more and more on how to live a meaningful life, true to yourself and how to include the ‘ugly bits’.
One of the biggest lessons for her, that she is still learning to embrace every day, is that we can’t ignore our feelings. We can push them away for some time, but eventually they will start appearing and they need our attention. Emotions are there for a good reason and hold great value in them, once we start looking at them.
As a life coach she helps others to connect to their emotions and thoughts in such a way that it’s easier to live a life that’s meaningful to them. In her coaching you will recognize her own experiences in living whole-heartedly, her embodied knowledge of zen buddhism and practices from the Acceptance and Commitment therapy. She’s a perfectly imperfect example of how you can live your life fully, with all there is: the good AND the bad.