Sandra Asani
Sandra Asani
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Sandra Asani is the Blogger Myselfcustomized and Author of the upcoming Title "The Ninja On My Couch“ – a biography depicting her life with her brother - a sociopath and murderer - who had threatened her life and attempted to alter her mind via physical and psychological torture. She is also a Transformational Life Coach & Therapist.

Celebrate Solitude To Fire Up Your Intrinsic Rewards System

Are you currently struggling to find much to like about your life, or even yourself?  Maybe you’re wondering how other people can seriously be so happy and satisfied doing what they do? While doing exactly the same for yourself does…

When Will I Find Love?

Almost everyone experiences times of dissatisfaction. Times when we feel incomplete and perceive an essential part of ourselves to be missing. That’s when we wonder “When will I find love?“. And well, I have learned that it doesn’t matter whether…

Love Is A Choice, Demystified – If You Dare

All my life I’ve been observing with great interest how differently we are all attempting to solve the mysteries of love. And I’m finding that many are not even looking for it in the right place, to begin with. Plainly…

Own Your Life – How Mentors Serve Your Internal Motivation

Faced with life’s obstacles, we tend to perceive ourselves as alone on the battlefield, often ignoring our available allies. Mentors and Coaches who are waiting on the outskirts, ready to spark our internal motivation and serve us with proven strategies…

You Are Enough – Show Love Maintaining Your Boundaries

Amongst a world in transition, many of us are not yet certain where to show love and where to set boundaries – or even where to begin. The ever-rising number of people that are presently suffering from depression, anxiety, and…

How I Flipped The Switch For Good – Dealing With Anxiety And Depression

If you are currently dealing with anxiety and looking for a success story, you might like to learn how I have resolved my trauma on the path to self-discovery. I’m aware that anxiety is a tough one and of the…