I was pregnant with my first child, and the hormones screamed through my body. I could not have imagined in advance how much of an influence those hormones would have on me. They had a major impact on my mood changes throughout the day. Then, Out of the blue, I am crying at the counter in the Supermarket. The cashier, a young girl, is completely confused. My husband says to the cashier, “Don’t worry, SHE IS PREGNANT”.
During both my pregnancies, childbirth and the years after. I was not aware of the value of proper preparation, knowledge and possible help after childbirth to be able to process this emotional rollercoaster.
After the Birth of my childeren, I worked hard on myself and eventually (of course much too late) sought help in processing al of my emotions around pregnancies and births. I have done training/workshops in the field of personal development, yoga, mindfulness and read a lot of books. In my search, I got to know myself and I could process my experiences. I wanted to be able to provide the same for other women so they did not have to suffer like I did, I just wasn’t sure how to do this.
Then I knew! I became a Birth Teacher. This allowed me to guide women and their partner during pregnancy and prepare them for their birth. The chance of a negative experience would decrease considerably. The knowledge was there.
After the course, I always had a baby show day when all the babies were born. Then they told their birth stories and how everything went after the baby arrived. It turned out that many women found the maternity period and a struggle. I was inspired by the stories
I decided to go into maternity care to support women in the postpartum period. As a self-employed person, I was able to give it a twist of my own. I followed various training courses, immersed myself in traditional postpartum rituals from other cultures and applied them in my work as a maternity nurse. Families and obstetricians were very enthusiastic about the way I work. Along the way, I noticed that it didn’t give me enough satisfaction, and I was looking for more. I wanted to support women at a deeper level.
Over the years in maternity care, I have seen that many women struggle with traumas and unpleasant experiences are often not processed. And self-confidence or self-love is often hard to find.
I have struggled with this for years. Am I good enough? Who am I to say that I have all the knowledge, etc.
For me, 2017 was the year that I realized ( at the age of 44) you have to do something about this. It also came my way more and more. Awareness and the people who make you feel different from You are not enough.
I joined a Mastermind group, followed courses, discovered spirituality. And now I can say from the bottom of my heart “I am good enough”, “I am beautiful” and “I am allowed to be there” How beautiful is that. I wish that to every women. It is so liberating to stop doubting yourself and your abilities.
All the knowledge and experiences I have gained over the past 15 years are now coming together. I re-invested in myself to develop specific skills and knowlegde. I have discovered my passion.
There is nothing better for me than helping a women who suffer from trauma, fear or stress and helping them walk a path where they can overcome the culprits, stress and have a calm head.
It is easier than you think!
I am here for you
So that you don’t have to do it alone and we can quickly get you back in balance. You take steps to process a traumatic experience and learn to cope with the stress or a spinning head.
You can sleep wonderfully at night because your head is not spinning with all negative thoughts, that gloom has given way to positivity. You can start fully enjoying LIFE