You’re a conscientious human being, always striving to do the best job possible – at work, at home, and in your relationships.
You are the first (maybe even the only) one to notice what needs to be done for the comfort and well-being of all.
It seems that the others don’t return the favor and you have no idea how to choose the best words for requests that would make your life easier. Sometimes, you even believe that it might be just you and decide to remain silent.
You are often told “You are too sensitive.” and that “You shouldn’t take everything to heart.”
Although this might chip on your self-esteem more than you’d like, you want to express yourself honestly, especially when you don’t like what the other people do or say.
You can be fun and outgoing, but you actively arrange your life to avoid upsetting or overwhelming situations.
You realize that you would benefit more from understanding your emotions better and their source and how to use them to evolve in your life and have thriving relationships.
Whether you want clarity in expressing your feelings and boundaries, ease in making decisions based on your values, or recognizee and transform behaviors that no longer serve you, I can help.
Hi, I’m Madi Mihalcea.
I am dialogue facilitator and trainer in self-leadership for people committed to their own personal growth and using their voice to make (their personal) world a better place. You can navigate difficult conversations and events with courage, trust, and hope.
As a highly sensitive person (HSP), my deep listening skills have always been one of my greatest strengths in my work. Thanks to my intuition, I can easily spot possible triggers for struggle, misunderstandings, and conflicts in my clients’ lives.
What does this mean for you? I know how to help you bring more harmony, trust, and honesty in your relationships without re-running old patterns, triggering defensiveness in others or being a people-pleaser. And this while understanding your reactions, feelings, and needs, so that you become your most real self.
If you can use some support in putting things into (a new) perspective and achieve your relationships-oriented goals, send me an email here.