I finally came back home after being 2 months with my parents. My daughter Ella enjoyed time with grandparents and relatives so much. It almost broke my heart to see her so sad that she had to say goodbye to them.

Being with my parents for so long brought so many memories and unsolved issues that we all wanted to forget, but it was the time to heal✨.

👉 We realized that we spent so many years being worried about what other people will say and how they will react that we forgot to live.

👉 We constantly run from one thing to another hoping that the next thing will make us happy but it didn’t.

👉 We missed so many precious moments as a family trying to live a life others have designed for us.

This realization hit us like a storm⚡.

And then you see all emotions coming up that we tried to bury deep down and forget. When the past becomes present, it’s time to heal. We knew we had to work on our emotional wounds in order to move forward.

I’m sharing the exact steps we used to heal. This is the proven process I use to help my clients heal emotional wounds.

4 Steps to Healing Emotional Wounds

1️⃣ The first step was to identify and acknowledge emotions. You have to understand what you need to heal in order to heal.

2️⃣ The next step was to find the root of that problem. If you don’t tackle the root of the problem, the problem remains. Sometimes we had to dig deeper, sometimes it was obvious what the root cause was.

3️⃣ When you find what the real cause is, it’s time to forgive. This one can be very challenging. So many people find this step very hard because they think when they forgive that it’s ok what the other person did. But it’s not about another person. It’s about you. Your forgiveness doesn’t justify another person’s behavior. You forgive for yourself. If you constantly think about a person that hurt you, you’re giving your energy away to that person and making that person energetically strong and yourself weak. Forgive to get your energy back, feel better and be emotionally free.

4️⃣ The last step is to set intentions and boundaries how your new relationships should be. Now you know how your old relationships were and how you want your new relationships to be. Setting boundaries will help you have happier and healthier relationships you deserve.

I know how challenging this process can be. This is what I do with my clients every single day – help them heal and feel better. If you get stuck and overwhelmed in this process, I have found that we go through those bumps way faster when we ask for help. “What should I do then, Nina…”
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You deserve to have a life you love💗. You matter. Your dreams matter. And the world needs that love and light inside of you more than ever.

With love💖 and appreciation,



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