There was no teaching, no counseling, no telling you to do this or that. There was listening, there was understanding, and there was something that made me understand myself and say the necessary things. I realized that Mari was able to direct me without her directing me.
Fortunately, he didn’t always agree with everything I said. I believe that all this helped me to make the following and necessary decisions for myself at this moment. It means a lot to me to this day, because our conversations helped me find new directions and thoughts on how to deal with my burnout.
Why Mary? Mutual trust, empathy, a sincere desire to share one’s experiences, both good and bad, and a fantastic idea to take mind trips in nature.