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Beside a career in the art, media and communication, I’ve learned psychology at the Sorbonne University in Paris.
As a host or co-host of several international support groups and forums, I’ve helped many, men and women, regain their self-confidence, learn how to understand the other person and communicate in such a way that they were heard, appreciated, and eventually got what they wanted.
Maybe because I have experienced and overcome more hardships than the average, people easily turn to me for advice. Considering my background, how to help them out comes naturally to me. I could see that my own personal style, realistic, pragmatic, honest and clear, yet genuinely respecting of people, worked.
I can read people, even at a distance, thus understand them better and give more personalized and proper advice. I don’t tell them what they want to hear, but what they NEED to hear. That makes the difference, according to them.
So that more could benefit from my experience, communication skills and tips, I officially became a personal life coach in 2002.
As a pioneer in online dating – I started 20 years ago when it was still very confidential – , through my coaching practice and during my travels over the world, particularly to the USA and Australia, I’ve talked with hundreds of men and women from all backgrounds, nationalities and cultures.
I’ve found out, despite the cultural differences, all men actually seek and appreciate similar traits in a woman. I could see the famous French “je ne sais quoi” is quite actual. According to them, French ladies have a “special something” you can’t define, an attractive way to carry themselves and behave with men they thought was innate. As a French woman myself, I can tell you it is not, every woman can learn it. :)
Originally from Paris, I chose to move to the sunny South of France. I’m the happy mother of two successful daughters.
During the last two years, I’ve taken a break from official coaching to devote my time to my painting. I may go back to it in the near future though. :)