An interview with Shanice of Breakup-Help! Let’s begin. Who or what has shaped who you are?
I have always had a very strong thirst to prove myself. I want to learn about anything and everything. As a child, I would always get frustrated at myself if I couldn’t achieve something or get something right the first time. I’ve always been extremely determinedowever also very introverted. Being the girl who usually knew the answer to the question in class but was too shy to raise my hand and say so!
Today I have become incredibly self-aware, compassionate and reflective in everything I do. My experiences both during my childhood and adult life have shaped the person I am today. This includes my own personal relationships with others. I believe the more I learn to know who I am as a person the more empowered I continue to feel. This is what shapes me as a person.
Why are you passionate about what you do?
What I do requires a high level of emotional intelligence and I have always considered myself an ‘empath’ in so many words. As a woman I believe that it is important to be able to grow through (not ‘go through’) a breakup. This way you can emerge happier and more in control of your future and your life. It is my belief that all women should have a chance to speak openly about how they are feeling and have somebody respond with genuine understanding, knowledge and empathy without making them feel uncomfortable and this is what I am able to do. I have the knowledge and tools to really help women come out of the other side of a breakup.
What motivates you?
Making a true difference in the lives of the people I work with is what motivates me. I strive for excellence in what I do. I look forward to all the positive outcomes and amazing transformations. It’s great to see that I have helped to make that happen.
What are your greatest strengths?
I’m a natural listener and empath therefore, always try to bring positivity to everyone and everything around me. My aim is to make everything in my life beautiful. It is so rewarding to me to dig deep and uncover issues that I can help find solutions to. I enjoy the challenge and I also pride myself on being open-minded and non-judgemental. I’d like to share with others what I know works in order to enrich other people’s lives.
The final question for an interview with Shanice at breakup-help- What is the best piece of advice you’ve had?
There is no such thing as a hopeless situation in my opinion. Every single circumstance in your life can change. Everything is ‘figure-out-able’.
If you are or somebody you know is struggling through a breakup, I offer a helpful and free 20 minute chat to get started on guiding you to a happier you. Book your session now.
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