Single, Unemployed with PTSD

My Story of falling into and recovering from Narcissistic Abuse and becoming a Coach.

Vulnerability Alert! Yes, that is me crying!

I have experience in Public Speaking, but this one was different. It was the first time ever I spoke so openly and publicly about how I got into it, how it felt, and how I recovered from abuse to become a coach and happily married to the love of my life. Part of me still wonders, “Should I really be sharing this?”, as the fear of judgment speaks louder. And if you ever dealt or deal with abuse you know what I am talking about. The world we live in somehow finds it ok to blame the victims rather than the abuser. I talk about that in the video too. Regardless, I do it in the hope that this video will help other women feel less alone and hopefully find their path to self-love and a happy and fulfilled life. Click the video below to watch the complete talk and please share it with someone you think might need it.

“Rock Bottom or an Opportunity?”

How I ended up Single, Unemployed, and recovering from PTSD to healing, becoming a Coach, and happily married.

About the event – F*ckUp Night

On the 1st of December, I had the honor to be an invited speaker at BBA Hamburg’s (Business Babes Abroad Facebook Group) first-ever F*ck Up Night event among other very strong and inspiring women. The event took place at Timothy Oulton space in Hamburg, a beautiful and cozy location where about 50 women had the opportunity to network and inspire one another. I take this chance to once again say Thank You to Hannah Teslin and her team for the great event and opportunity. If you’re in Hamburg and enjoy networking with other expat women who are career-oriented, I can only recommend that you join this group.

See more pictures of the event below

Picture credits to Sharan Eston.

Published by Diana The Zurafa

I'm a certified Life Coach focused on helping women find self-love after narcissistic abusive or toxic relationships. As a survivor myself, I am committed to helping and guiding women in their healing journey toward a fulfilled and healthy relationship with themselves and others.

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