"When my marriage ended in 2015, it felt like the end of the world. I had no idea what to do and I left like a fail. It felt like the end of the world.
Over the following weeks and months, I experienced a roller coaster of emotions: anger, fear, hurt, confusion, panic, shock, sadness. I felt overwhelmed at times and I tried my best not to "feel" the emotions.
I was escaping through other men. These emotions were too painful for me to embrace them.
At some point, I had no choice but to face the truth, "I was hurt, I was damaged, I changed. I was not the 20 something chick who married my ex" and I came to see that my divorce was actually a fantastic opportunity to redefine myself, learn more about who I am, and create a new and shiny future, with me in full control of my life.
The night I decided that my marriage was to end was a turning point in my life. It was the catalyst that has led me to define who I am now and where I want to be. I have nothing to regret.
I don’t want anyone else to have to go through this alone. I want to help you to find the opportunities your break up gives you, so that you too can feel proud when you look back.
This is why I am passionate about helping others to travel their own path to happiness after divorce."