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If our parents show dysfunctional behavior when we are children, we are  victims. But nobody says we have to be the victim our whole life.  Something has to happen to wake us up. When we awaken, then it is our  responsibility to step out of the victim role and become heroes. Eating Disorder Recovery Coach Kristen Brunello and I talk about my struggle with binge eating disorder and bulimia from a young age. I read a chapter called "Mama, why don't you love me?" of my upcoming book , and talk about how I coached myself through my EDs, discovered their real causes and reparented myself. Kristen and I talk more about EDs, recovery, advice for mothers with children with EDs, the importance of consciously connecting with the inner child, and more. You can do more than you think to help your children; they will be greatful you didn't give up on them.

In the following interview therapist Vena M.Wilson and I discuss about the influence of the family's toxic emotional inheritance on behavior. I share with her my experience about my awakening and my recovery from a story that wasn't mine and that forced me to experience events that compromised the quality of my life. Only when I realized that I was repeating stories that belonged to some of my family members, I could work on myself to break cycles of suffering and reclaim my own, amazing story. What about you? Are you also repeating your painful family's (hi)story? If so, then I hope that listening to this conversation will inspire you to take action and reclaim your own life to live and love as your true self and to leave a constructive legacy to future generations.

Jacqueline is a warrior, a woman whose courage and strength I really admire. She managed to overcome life's hardships and dedicate herself to help others improve and evolve. Jacqueline and I found ourselves immediately on the same line.We spoke about how self love can save our lives from some of the most tough experiences like domestic violence. Self love is the key not only to defeat domestic violence but also to prevent it from affecting our lives. We can remake ourselves to achieve well-being, and to leave a constructive legacy to future generations, so that our children can live and love. I hope you will enjoy the following interview.

With Charlie and Paul I had a great conversation about Love, Life and Sentidu, a new insight on behavior that I presented and discussed during the interview. Charlie's curiosity and enthusiasm to explore new possibilities to improve ourselves and our lives and Paul's attentive listening, made me feel home. We shared our insights, enriching each other's knowledge on topics that are fundamental for the shaping of a good life.  I was honored to be a guest on the show and hope that by listening to the following interview, you will feel inspired to take action and write your own Next Chapter.

I met Alex while surfing on the internet in search for people who would be interested in my story. When I read his blog, much of what he wrote resonated within me, especially his strength to rise above the ashes. Alex is a man who didn't give up on himself despite the difficult experiences he went through. He was determined to succeed and he made it. He is an example of courage and humbleness. It's a pleasure to be a guest on his podcast program and I hope that we, together, through this interview, can be an source of inspiration for people who are ready to face their fears and thrive.

Guest Blog

I was looking for information about domestic abuse and Keith's blog took immediately my attention. In his blog Keith talks about his experience on domestic abuse and depression not only telling what they meant to him, but also how they became, in a certain way, his rebirth. I was amazed by his courage to bring out his experiences in a world that still places stigmas on men who go through such tragic events. Keith is a pioneer, a person who I admire. I am honored to share his work with my audience on Sentidu's website. I am sure that many of you, men and women, who will read his articles and books, will feel inspired to think about yourself, gather the courage to break the silence, and create a life full of love.

Sentidu, building a better tomorrow.
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