When I lost my daughter I was 24 years old. At that time I was living in a very small remote village in Albania, and the grief that I was going through drove me to a severe depression (which at that time I didn’t know). I didn’t know what to do.
I didn’t know where to seek help. The world and the people around me knew nothing about mental health or psychology, or what depression is. Coming from the communist regime we were never opened to this information and knowledge. All I remember is, the mental pain was so big and I was just about to give up my life. But soon I discovered that I was pregnant again and I felt obligated to live.
This pain led me to a new path of self-discovery and as a result I started to study how to help my self. Since then I have studied Masters degree in Counselling Psychology from Sheffield University.
I studied positive psychotherapy, family therapy and become a master of my thoughts. As a result I started to help many others to find their light and tap into the power of their mind.