Nikki Simos had her first suicidal thoughts at the tender age of 17. Her teenage years were no less tumultuous. For over 30 years, she has kept secrets that have stopped her living a full, authentic life.
What happens to a person when they keep pain and secrets hidden from the outside world? How much of your upbringing and beliefs shape who you are?
Nikki believes that by sharing your story and dealing with your secrets, you can overcome your obstacles and live the life that you deserve, one full of happiness and contentment.
Nikki finally had the courage to share her experiences of suicidal thoughts, two accounts of rape and a forced abortion. What happened next was a chance for her to lead an authentic life, one without secrets.
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About the Author
Secondary Education and a Diploma in Advanced Psychology and Counselling. She has a Neuro-Linguistic Programming
Coaching Certifi cation that includes hypnotherapy, life coaching and NLP Coaching.
Nikki has over 30 years' experience working in public sector services such as fi lm and television, telecommunication, retail and children's entertainment. She once worked for a member of parliament and continues to work as a specialist teacher and a coach, counsellor and mentor. She actively functions as a motivational speaker, sharing stories and meaningful insights on how to live a life of happiness and where you can fi nd it, even when you think you may be at the end of your rope.
Table of ContentsAbout the Author
Gratitude and Acknowledgements
1. Faith, Love and Light
2. Parents and Pride
3. Unwanted Attention
4. Awareness of Spiritual Senses
5. High School Motives and Emotives
6. Vipassana, Woori Yallock