"The problem is
not that there are problems. The problem is expecting otherwise and thinking that
having problems is a problem". - Theodore Rubin
Life is challenging to each of us in its unique way, and at each stage of our lives: childhood, adolescence,
adulthood, midlife crisis, older age... Life might be challenging when we don’t expect it: we attend
kindergarten, experience our first love, make friends and get married, break up, remarry or remain
Each of our personalities are shaped by (and despite) our personal histories. All of these life experiences
both attract and scare us simultaneously; they lead us to both personal crisis and personal growth.
Often, the actions to take are very clear, while sometimes they are less obvious.
I have been working with people who struggle with life challenges such as anxiety, depression,
relationship difficulties and traumatic events that altered their life-path. I work with people who know
that they want more from their life. Sometimes it might feel out of reach without a guiding hand.