As of today, you can take a step forward and create a new chapter. ~ Cath B
I’m Cath B, and I’m originally from Sweden. I genuinely believe that you can follow your dreams and do anything that makes you happy. I used to feel lost, without any clarity nor direction. I didn’t love myself because I was obese, and it felt like I didn’t fit in. I couldn’t keep a job, wasn’t happy in my hometown or country. It took me a long time to understand that the purpose of life is to live in the NOW, and to do what you love. I couldn’t rely on anyone else to make me happy; only I could make a difference and transform my life.
My transformation began on the 24th of April 2009. I had a life-saving colostomy operation (caused by Endometriosis and a twisted colon), and on the same day, the unthinkable happened; my beloved Mother was found dead. From that moment, everything changed, and the woman that I used to be disappeared.
During my recovery and grief, I identified my inner source, which provided me with enormous gratitude, love and courage. With this wisdom, I decided to listen to my intuition and relocate to the UK. Leaping into the unknown was a tremendous challenge but also the most rewarding thing I have ever done. I turned my trials and tribulations into opportunities, and I know that you have the ability to do the same.
She finally saw the truth, she trusted her intuition, and she moved on. ~ Cath B
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