ep.33 The power you have over other people.

Today’s episode is about the impact you have on others. 

Are you aware of your power you have ? i was not for the longest time…

why mental health is such an important topic for me to talk about

why selfcare is the first step to change and impact society in such a beautiful way

also,

 a bit about my story…

and  why I’m so passionate about raising awareness about “the toxic feminine” and men’s (mental) health

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Transcript
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Hello, hello, and welcome to the Borealis

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experience. I’m your host Aurora. And I’m so grateful to

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have you here today that we can spend some time together. Today

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I want to talk about mental health and why it is important,

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so important to me to do this podcast, I had really good

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feedback so far. And this is only motivating me to do more.

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And I really hope I can bring you peace and resolution and

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hope and just good feelings into your life. Especially during

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COVID COVID has been very, very hard on many people. Alcohol

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consumption is skyrocketing domestic violence, depression,

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loneliness, addictions in generals are going through the

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roof, in Europe, as well as in North America. And seeing those

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numbers just motivates me even more to do what I’m doing here.

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So thank you so, so much for supporting me for listening and

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sharing and subscribing. It’s been an incredible four weeks

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now.

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So thank

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you so much for your support. So mental health has been a topic

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in my life for quite some time now. I would say five years. And

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before that, I only saw my body and my thoughts. I thought my

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body. Yeah, it’s just my body. As a woman, you’re always

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unhappy with what you have, you want a different you want to,

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like the woman in the advertisement or in the movies,

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went through some eating disorders and my teens and

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recovered from that would say it’s always been a companion,

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this eating disorder and now kind of it’s fading out of my

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life. There’s no more shame around eating, and I feel at

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ease and peace with my body. And then my thoughts. Yeah, I was a

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pretty ego driven woman that went through a lot of pain in

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her 20s. I was raped when I was 21. And that severely changed my

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relationship to men in general. And not as someone would think

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that I was avoiding men and trying to, I don’t know, be all

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independent. Also. No, that was not the case. I was in couple

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relationships. Were looking back now I can see that. I was not

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myself. I was fear driven. I was ego driven. I was manipulative.

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And I could only see it now, looking back and being in it.

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Back then was just a huge show. For my partner, and for myself,

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but I couldn’t make sense of it. I couldn’t see it. And I decided

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to leave my home country then. And to immigrate to Canada to

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live with my grandmother on her farm here in the Rocky

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Mountains. Because I needed to find what was going on with

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myself and being all by myself out here.

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Really,

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yeah, was harsh and hard. And I went through so much depressive

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phases, so much depression, and so much pain and loneliness. But

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it helped me to see to finally see what was going wrong with

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me. And I’m not there yet. I hope you know that I will never

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stand above anybody else or above you listening. I will

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stand right next to you because I’m not better off than anybody.

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I just learned to see and learn a couple things, and about

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myself. And those are the things that I want to share with the

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world. Because it helped me enormously along my way and I

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want to help people to find these tools that I found for

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myself, way sooner than I did. It took me over 10 years and I

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feel a person could do so much faster than I did. So that’s my

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contribution to this world. And this is why I decided to do this

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podcast because I can reach beautiful people all around the

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world. And listening to a podcast is deeply soothing, you

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can connect with that person, you can resonate with the

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content, and really let things settle down. And you can listen

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to the podcast while you’re walking while you’re driving.

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While you’re half asleep, or white, when you wake up in the

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morning, of course, the meditations I never recommend to

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do while you’re driving a bicycle or a car or operating

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machinery. But when I talk like that, you can just do whatever

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you want, in the meantime. So mental health and especially

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mental health for men, is so important for me to address

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because along my journey, I recognized that I was capable of

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doing tremendous harm, just by living in fear and ego. And what

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do I mean by that? A woman or a person who is living in her

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femininity, when hurt, can be so manipulative, and passive

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aggressive. And those two things alone are enough to reflect

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about yourself about what I reflected about myself. And what

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scared me so much. Because up until then, I was always blaming

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the other person, I was always thinking, Oh, my God, the other

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person is just not my match. And it’s just not there yet, and

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just not ready. But I never looked at the work that I would

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have to do, and that I would have to let go off. And it is so

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sobering lets you know, that you were in charge of your luck and

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your happiness all along. But it’s also tremendously

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empowering. Because when you find the right people to talk

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about, and when you find maybe guides, or really good books,

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then you really know that you’re not alone in this. And you don’t

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need to live in sadness and regret, but you can take control

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over your happiness and make better decisions. And self love

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has been a really important thing along my journey, and

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accepting myself for how I look and how I feel and my past. And

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in working on that I was becoming a better person, I was

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relating to other people in a more healthier way, and was able

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to express myself in a better way. So I believe strongly that

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if we take good care of ourselves, then we can be better

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people, in our community, in our society. And in being that

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person, we make society so much stronger. And for ourselves, we

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make our life

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so much more enjoyable. So when it comes to men, because, yeah,

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I had one episode now for men only, but I feel and I know

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myself, and that there will be much more. It is not that I’m

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not interested in women’s mental health. I think to some part,

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you cannot really separate it anyways. But mental health for

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men, is so critical for me to talk about because I feel

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there’s such a strong stigma around it among men. And I can

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only change how I behave in society. So I want to give women

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tools and maybe some insights about men’s mental health, in

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order to have better relationships and doesn’t have

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to be romantic. It can be friendship or siblings. It can

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be acquaintances, or relationships, but men really

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are taught to suck things up way more than women. Women are way

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more open to talk about their pain, and encourage each other

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to talk about their pain. And among men, it is not the case.

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And I live in Alberta, in Canada. And there has been a

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phase here, ever since I moved here where the suicide among

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young guys was so high, and it was so scary because I could see

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why they would do it. But you, you don’t know how to stop it.

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When you first hear these numbers, you are just scared?

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And you don’t know. Yep, well, I don’t have influence on that

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anyways, and I think you have, I think every single person has a

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deep impact on to another person he or she interacts with. And if

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we can be more sensitive with each other and more. I love to

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say cutting through the bullshit. So more aware of what

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is going on, then that would be such a beautiful shift to say,

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to see in our society. I’ve heard way too many people in my

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life and I know I can’t take that pain from those lovely

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people away, I disappointed many people. Too many people, you

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know, maybe it’s just two or three people. But that’s three

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too many. And I know why I did it. And it was simply because I

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was not aware of how much power one person has over the other.

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And if you become aware over the power you have on others and

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duty we have to show up out there and to be authentic, then

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I find it can only be empowering and good. So this is my mission

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and my vision here with the Borealis podcast. I will share

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way more about my journey. And I will share way more tools to

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help you guide yourself into smoother waters. And I’m very

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excited to have you on this journey with me and sending all

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my love out to you. Be gentle on yourself. Bye bye

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