About Me

Her hobbies include writing poetry and eating Chinese food. One of her favourite movies is “Coming To America” – which is full of great dialogue, family expectations, and most importantly, laughter! As a new author, she has a passion for writing about our issues, particularly in the area of sibling relationships. Based on her own life experiences, she has dealt with rejection, manipulation, and control, as well as feelings of blame and shame in her relationships.
It can be hard to find people with whom we can be ourselves without fear of judgement if we have experienced emotional or verbal abuse for a long time. We can be negatively affected and tainted by our own childhood experiences if they have been full of emotional, verbal, sexual, or physical abuse. Consequently, we experience blurred perception and see the world through tinted glasses, which leaves us feeling vulnerable as we fear being rejected by others again in the future. With feelings of lack of trust, safety, and fear, we feel vulnerable as we don’t want to be hurt again by others.
In her book Pathways to Healing, she shares with you her journey to healing, self-love and acceptance – the journey is ongoing, but the pain does not hurt as much as it used to. If we have experienced any form of emotional or verbal abuse for years, we might find it hard to make good choices in finding people with whom we can be ourselves without fear of judgement. Our relationships can be affected and tainted by our own childhood experiences if they’ve been full of emotional, verbal, sexual, or physical abuse.
This then can make our perception blurry, and we start looking at the world through tinted glasses, whereby we can see and enter into every other relationship; with feelings filled with lack of trust, safety and fear, we feel vulnerable as we don’t want to be rejected or hurt again by others as well. She shares with you, her journey to healing, self-love and acceptance – the journey is ongoing, but the pain does not hurt as much as it uses to.