1. Can you share with us the driving force behind your passion to help women develop self-esteem, self-love, and self-confidence?
These three things were what I lacked in the past, and this meant I could not have a healthy relationship. It affected me in other ways, too. I was insecure & prone to jealousy, often comparing myself to other women and thinking they were better than me, fearing my husband might leave me for them. Once I discovered that I did not have enough self-love, self-esteem and self-confidence, I worked to develop these qualities and transformed my life and my relationship as a result. This is the driving force behind my passion for what I do: helping women develop these qualities and transform their lives, too.
2. You emphasise not only personal growth but also its positive influence on relationships. Can you explain how cultivating self-esteem and self-confidence in women translates to healthier and more fulfilling relationships?
When you have self-esteem and self-confidence, you no longer depend on external validation. People with high self-esteem and self-confidence know themselves and do not have a need for external validation to fill what’s missing inside.
3. In your experience, what are some common misconceptions or barriers that women face when trying to cultivate self-love and confidence? How do you address these in your work?
Nowadays, women think that self-esteem is just appearance, but it’s a lot more than that. It is who you truly are. Addressing these misconceptions and barriers is done through an incredible journey of self-discovery and personal growth. This means looking back through personal stories, discovering values and beliefs, seeing life stories in a new light, healing traumas, understanding life patterns and realising self-identity.
4. You’ve undoubtedly transformed many lives through your work. Could you share a particularly impactful success story of someone who overcame significant challenges with your guidance?
One of my recent clients was separated and not far from divorce. She came to me as a last resort, and we started working to build her self-esteem and self-confidence. The process we went through was life-changing for her. She’s now fully reconciled with her partner and is in the most exciting part of her four-year marriage.
5. For our WOTSO community members who might be struggling with self-esteem and confidence in their personal relationships, what practical advice or initial steps might you recommend as a starting point to embark on a journey toward improved self-worth and enriched relationships?
Some initial steps could be taken, but addressing these issues requires more than a band-aid solution; it is a deep process to find the root cause of these issues and address them rather than simply treating symptoms. Apart from organising a session with me, I would say to stop self-criticism and start thinking more positively about yourself. You emphasise not only personal growth but also its positive influence on relationships.