When you regain your intrinsic worth, you will be seen and valued for your real yourself. Listen to this deep and beautiful episode to learn more.
Christine Gutierrez works for women who regain their intrinsic value. She is a Latina licensed psychotherapist, life coach, and expert on love addiction, trauma, abuse, and self-esteem. She is the author of I am Diosa;; A journey to deeply heal, love yourself and return to the soul.
IIn this episode of Last First Date Radio:
- What inspired Christine to become a spiritual therapist
- What is Diosa?
- How to overcome past traumas and regain our inner worth
- How to give yourself the love you didn’t receive as a child
- How to go on your last first date!
To be seen, to be heard and to reclaim your inner worth
What inspired you to take this path to become a spiritual therapist?
It chose me. I listened to the inner voice and felt inwardly searching how I could help other people. I was drawn to look at the injustices of life. I wanted to understand suffering. I would make my mom stop to ask homeless people where their parents were. I was like a baby therapist. I followed that voice until I became a therapist and did my part in helping the suffering.
What is Diosa and what is your book about?
Diosa is the Spanish word for goddess. On the way to healing myself and possessing my divinity as Diosa, I discovered missing parts in my past. It was a combination of ancient wisdom and therapy. I share my process and learning when we discover we are the Diosa. We unpack our stories and do so in a non-judgmental way.
What is your definition of trauma?
We all have different traumas. It could be an over-perfectionist mom who has high expectations for you. It could create high expectations for perfectionism for you. It can also be verbal or emotional abuse. It is every event that removes us from safety.
How do you give yourself the love you didn’t get as a child?
Watch your story. Honor your pain. Give love to the parts of us that haven’t got love. Write down the moments in your life when you didn’t have love. It could be hidden in a secret closet. Bring it to light. Develop a language and dialogue to travel back in time. Imagine a moment when something happened that separated you from your self-esteem. Go back into meditation or visualization and talk to the wounded child or teenager. Say what you would like to have heard that this has nothing to do with you. It had to do with the other person’s problems. There may still be pain points, but we can turn down the volume.
What advice do you have for someone looking to go on their last first date?
They don’t choose you, you choose them. Date like a Diosa. Remember what you want and see dating as a fun game. We often worry about being accepted and selected. Instead, sit in the driver’s seat.
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