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Episode 21 · 1 year ago

The Parrsitivity Podcast #Episode 81 Swadhin Jitti

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In this episode I'm joined by Swadhin Jitti, Swadhin is a mental health speaker, therapist, lifecoach author, CBT, ABA, holistic therapist, podcast host of the polite but savage Podcast, co-founder & co-ceo of kaleidoscope vision, producer, entrepreneur, @instagram: sweysings linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/swadhin-jitti website: https://kaleidov.wixsite.com/official --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-parrsitivity-podcast/message

Hither. My name is Adam Po and the podcast host posity to podcast. In this podcast, you will be listening to me connect with people from different walks of life, from the military to people in the music industry, to people in the self help industry and many other areas of life. In this podcast I'll be talking about topics from self help, mental health, motivation, spirituality, mindset, society, current affairs and much, much more. If you enjoy this podcast, please subscribe, share and let me know your feedback. And my main intention on this podcast is to have a positive impact for you, the lit the listener, to take something positive from it, to apply something positive into your life from this. Now with without further ado, let's go to podcast and enjoy. Hi and welcome to the polity to podcast. On this episode I'm joined by wading. She's a mental health speaker, rapist, life coach or for CBT Aba, holistic therapist, podcast host, producer, entrepreneur, Co founder and co CEO for Claudoscope Vision. A podcast is called polite but savage, and this podcast we talked about Sweden's journey and life experiences, mental health, doing what you love and much, much more. Now sit back, relax, and enjoy this episode. Hey, Swedie, cure me. Okay, hello, hi, I Cana. You can hear me? I can you? Can you hear me? Yeah, that's perfect. Now, it's perfect. Okay, all right. Yeah, yeah, very good. Thank you. Just been busy really just being, you know, kind of getting on with Social Media Bits and let's post something earlier. But yeah, so far, so so good. Yeah, I'm glad. I'm really glad. I mean, like I said, I've I've heard your episodes before on your podcast and as a fellow podcast that I just feel like you're doing such a great job spreading awareness that every single topic, and Kudost you met for doing so. No, thank you, thank you. It really really means a lot. You know, really appreciate it. You know, appreciate you being on the podcast as well, and that means a lot to me as well. Thank you so much for having me. I'm so excited to have this conversation with you. Know, you're very, very welcome. Same here. Yeah, I just you know, it kind of started off as an idea really, and you know I'm interested in people, I like working with people, and I was like, you know, what...

...if I can do a podcast where kind of connect to people, see what they do, why they do it, and talk about different topics really. So I'm sure you've learned a lot because because your podcast covers so many different topics, it must be so interesting. Yeah, it is really interesting. I think I have kind of grown from it and in some way, you know, I think I'm Kinda like learn to be to be patient, you know, like it's process. I've always liked to hit the ground running and you know, for me that was like, you know, a personal thing. And then that's brilliant though, I mean, because for myself, most of the time, the whole reason why I came up with what I do and how I go about it was basically because of my own lived experience from before and how I want to sort of take the torturehead but I've got so much to learn from you. In every episode that I've liked listened to from your podcast, there's something interesting and I love that about your vodcast. No, thank you. That really means a lot really, you know, and I think like if I could, if I can do it and have an impact in some way and someone can take something from it, that that that makes me happy, you know, and I'm happy that. You know you enjoy it. I do, I do, and you're making tons of impact. You're making quite an impression at them, so don't worry about it. Yeah, thank you, really really is a lot. No worry, and I see that you always. We'll see that. You know, you've got your own podcast. I'll see that you've done lots of different things, like you're an Aufer to ony podcast. Yeah, I'm raposed you like a Swiss army knife. Yeah, that's the first times I wone's call me that, but I'm not going to say that I'm a Jack of all trades. But my story is quite it starts of lat that way. I do. I'm a mental health speaker. I'm also an author. I write about my lived experience, but most of it is poetry based. I've got my own podcast which was recently launched, I think a month or two ago, and it basically focuses on the same mission about making conversations about mental health and normal so I've got different people coming on that are quite big names on in the mental health community to come on and share their story and how their narrative has sort of contributed to what they do today. Other than that most of my insight and other than everything else that I do, it's from the fact that I was a psychology major. I'm a therapist by profession. So it's kind of a bit of both world where my trauma for my childhood and as well as what I've learned throughout my educational career has taught me a lot and it contributes to everything that I do today. So, in a nutshell, that's basically me doing a little bit everything. Yeah, Nas, I mean, and I think it's like you you done a great job and kind of like, you know, like some people have certain experiences and then suggle kind of overcome that or they don't really know what to do with that, whereas you kind of taken it and, you know, use it to your advantage to, you know, help other people. I had to to be very honest, I think. I'm not going to say that I'm privileged, but I did have this sort of understanding from a very young age because I left home when I was seventeen and even prior to that, I think. I think I...

...was sixteen and a half when I left home because things were so bad at home. I was going to domestic abuse, physical abuse and mental abuse for my parents and I just couldn't do it anymore. And I kept on thinking during that time because everyone who was perceiving my situation from outside, they were like, Oh, you know, maybe this is normal, because from the outside everything, every everything, and everyone looks at it from with, you know, rose colored glasses on and they think that, you know, maybe this is this is the way it is. Nobody really questioned it at that time. So I was born and raised an era where talking about something being a problem was looked at as looked at as a problem, which was unfair to myself to the situations that I was in. So after leaving home, I sort of decided that I've got to do something, not just for myself and my sanity, but also because I know that I'm it's impossible that I'm the only one. And that's the only thought that I had at that age, which I think started from like ever since I was fourteen, when I began realizing that this is abuse, it's it's not normal, what's happening to me, and I kept thinking, I don't think I'm the only one. So by the time I left home, I I went to University of Cambridge. I did double majors and then after I was done with the university, even when I was doing university, I did a lot of part time jobs as and as to a therapist, assistant teacher. Right after that, six years prior to what I'm doing right now, I was in the educational field as a special educator. So I worked with a lot of people with different cases, some spatistics, some actually had other disorders like bipolar disorder, and I learned a lot and I saw so many different dimensions to the same situation, like there were people who had been to maybe the exact same thing that I did, but there were so many different perspectives to a that I I'm so glad that I got to experience during that time. HMM, after the special education and the teaching period sort of came to an end because I couldn't find fulfillment, I started seeing that educational field was becoming a money pot. Now I live in Dubai and Dubai is sort of business over everything, if you know what I mean. Yeah, of course. Yeah, so I started realizing that no matter how much change I want to bring in to this place, no matter how much hard work I put in, it's going to exhaust me, because I remember going to my superiors and the like, you know what, this is what's going on with a child, and they would be like no, we don't want to ruin our image. And I used to work for one of the top companies. Well, not going to say company, but that's how I perceived them. Yeah, schools in Dubai, and it was sad. It was so sad at Im to like see that there's a child. I remember being that child. There's a child who needed help and nobody did darn thing about it and they were just worried about their business. So I left that and I began realizing that if I wanted to make any significant amount of change, I need to be at the top of the food chain, and when I say top of the food chain, that means I need it to be the source that everyone sees and hears so they know that these things are happening. That's where my entrepreneurial journey sort of started,...

...and that's where I opened shot with my own digital media production company, so that we could have stories from different people and all sorts of narratives from all around the world given a platform to talk about and that's kind of where everything started connecting. So that's where I got into speaking, that's where I got into the podcast. So on, so far. But yeah, that's basically is. Wow, what what a journey and experience. I mean, you know that you went on, like you said, life through university, you know, the degrees, and then kind of like working your way up and then kind of like, you know, realizing you know, there's there's more to life and you know the people that are out there that need to have the voice, you know, to have their their story told and put out there. Yeah, exactly, and it breaks my heart that I did not do this earlier, although I don't regret I don't regret anything that happened in my life, but there is that pain every time I'm someone comes up to me, whether it's at a speaking event or when I'm having a conversation or when someone's read something of mine. Bigger like I wish, I wish I could talk to you before and talk about my problems and not feel alone. And I think to summit all up right now in life, I feel so motivated about everything I do because I'm healing myself and everybody else, and I don't think anybody could change that mindset for me right now because I've been through the worse. You know what I mean. Yeah, of course. Yeah, so, yeah, that's basically is so like, you know, by helping other people you know your life, by making them a people with life, that to your life comes better as well, because you're seeing people who probably been through things that you have or been for serving things, and then you can kind of relate to them and give your take on it and then they feel like the you know, they're not alone, because I think, like you said, sometimes people go through things and they feel like it's only happens to them or they don't know. I want to talk to about it. Yeah, and it's hard right when you when you when you go, when you're going through something, and then you feel there is this amount, even if you don't have a mental illness or disorder, there are emotions are so such a huge part of us and we don't even realize how big of a contributor our emotions are in every single part of an aspect of our life. So during those times when our emotions become so heavy, we're just down and there's nobody to pick us up from the rabbit all, other than having that support or that you know, helpline to sort of help you see the light, that you know, help you realize that you know what you fell down in the rabbit hole, so you never existed in the rabbit hole from before. There is no need to feel as though this is the end, and I remember feeling this way because I felt like nobody was there for me. I felt like this is it. You know, my life is meant to be the victim of physical abuse and mental abuse and my parents, however shitty they are, I have to live with it. But when I now see people and now with everything that I've been through, it's become so much more important for me to kind of make everybody realize that someone else is acknowledgement and someone else's validation does not define us, does not way our worth,...

...and that definitely does not change anything towards the bright future that we're going to have, which, unfortunately, many people don't, you know, easily to take in or believe it because they're going through hard times. Everybody needs somebody now. If that's really good point, that's really true, and I think, like you know, you realize in yourself that you needed to change your situation and get out of it and do something, you know, with your life, whereas some people, like you said, can get soaked into that and take on and believe what is being said to them or what's happening and they just think this is how it is, this is normal, or things are going other my think things are going to change, and then before you know it, you know a lot of times gone by, yeah, or you know there might leave that relationship or leave that scenario and then attract people into their lives. You know, like my go into more abusive relationships because that's what they're used to or want or what's that's all the things normal. Acinitly, I definitely I remember and like this is so this is such a good point that you bought up, like there is a pattern. If you don't start seeing it yourself, you're just going to keep following that pattern. And that happened for me when I left home and I was becoming independent. I thought that, okay, this is it, you know what, I'm free now, I can I can start focusing on myself. But that's when I started realizing, until like until I've got like super laid, that I had fallen into another relationship that was portraying the same signs in a different way. And at that time, the relationship that I was in, my partner was such a douchebag. I can't explain to you how much of a douchebag he was, but he was such a douchebag that he made me feel the same way my parents made me feel. And until it got too late, I realize like, Oh God, like I'm repeating myself. So from then till now, after that relationship, when I caught myself doing that, I realize I needed to just really reassess myself, find myself, because that's what I realized that because of all these things, I was starting to look at my life, at my personality, out of what everyone else told me, like oh sweet, your sweet. I would label myself as sweet. Oh swear, you're too nice. I would label myself as too nice. I never gave my chance to get give myself the chance or the space to, you know, get out of those label labels and like figure out, like okay, this is who I am. And now, after that relationship, you know, I ended that relationship. For three years, I didn't date anyone, I did not do anything but focus on myself and after three years. I cannot, I cannot explain how beautiful that journey has been because after three years, when I met the right person, who's my husband right now. Hmm, each everything made sense. I was no longer screaming at him for the little things that he never did, because I was doing that in my previous relationships. I was always blaming them for my previous trauma and there was always that back and forth. But now, in the relationship that I cultivated then with my husband, now there's just so much mutual respect, admiration and it's all because we both came from an understanding that we need to find ourselves first, validate ourselves by ourselves first, and then, you know, compliment each other, and I think that's what most people forgets. M No, that's it, and I think, you know, I could have,...

...could have see you for, like, you know, realizing that over time and, you know, noticing those patterns and, like you know, kind of probably getting to know yourself that bit more and working on yourself to then have the relationship that you want to have, because I think you know, like we need to sort the relationship out. We use with ourselves, don't to them, be able to have relationship with someone else and it's not like duality and, like you said, that communication is key. That's some now I've learned and think, yeah, can get really missinterpreted sometimes. So if you're not affectively communicat no, definitely I'm here's one thing that most people think when I tell them this, is that like, oh, that's it, you know you you took three years and that's it, like you found the one and that's it. Your journey with yourself is over, and I think that's what people get wrong. For me, I'm still on my journey. There are I'm just as sacred and full of unknowns as the universe and I'm going to keep finding out new things about myself. So the expectations with myself, it's pretty low and pretty high at the same time. I know that I'm going to do really great things, but I know they're going to be some days I'm going to do really shitty things and I have to be okay with that because I'm on a path to truly find out myself. So if I have expectations like that and if I want to be in a healthy relationship or in a healthy environment, I need to have the same expectations with the people I'm working with, with the people, you know, I share any sort of intimate relationship with my friends, by family, and it's that mindset that makes communicating and communication in general so much easier, because you know that it's never the end when it comes to you or a personality or an individual. It's just an ongoing journey forever. You're never going to know someone all yourself in a day or three years, of four years. It's just it just keeps going. It's a process. Yeah, no, I definitely agree. Like you said, I think it's an ongoing journey and as a process and it's just all the time, on going. I think fly, you know, for the whole time that we're alive or you know we're always going to be growing, you know, if we choose to, and you know, learning things about ourselves, about other people, when you have relationships. She learned someone else about yourself. Then yeah, you know, something kind of clicks into place. You might be someone else and then someone else and then you're just like building on yourself and, like you said, with how how you know you live your life is being yourself, being genuine to who you are. Bringing that to when you meet other people and when you work, it's, you know, being open to like, you know, the universe, isn't it? And Yeah, well, that isn't it, because that's basically the law of traction. You attracts what is in you, like a tract like. And I think for us to be in a place, with everything that's going on in the world right now, it's so important for us to be comfortable with changes. And I think people get too comfortable in knowing the person that they were five years ago. So they start getting cranky when people go like, Oh, you've changed, you've changed, because they haven't accepted themselves that they've changed. I'm going to be okay when I'm fifty and I no longer enjoy taking a car ride down to the beach. I'm going to be okay with that. When when my other adventurous friends who are still adventurous go like, Oh, you know what, let's go here,...

I'm going to be okay with that because I know that at that age I'm going to have a different mindset, we're going to have a different Zen and the universe is calling for me is going to be different. So it's just that mindset of knowing that the world around us is ever changing. So it's impossible for us to be the same forever and once we accept that, we're doing okay, we will be okay regardless of what happens. HMM. Yeah, no, I completely agree. I think, like you said, the best the quote, it's like the best way to go and change is just to like dive right into it. It's yeah, you know, when we evolved, then we're we you know, we're not the same people that we were two weeks ago or three months ago or even from today morning. Yeah, yeah, like just you know, you could have a conversation with someone and you learn some know about yourself, or you know, you just like you said, you going into the unknown. Is is the only way. And it's like I did podcast with Dustin Lee and he said like, you know, you just got to try things out. Yeah, just try things out. It's the only way, like going into something. Now, I'm pretty sure when you began this podcast you had this you had this sense of understanding that whoever you need, whatever you do with this podcast is going to change you, even if it's by a little fraction, and I think that's beautiful that you were accepting towards that change. Yeah, I, when I did it, I knew, you know, I'll probably change in some way. M I. I mean I put this off for a couple of years. I think I was too worried about what would people are going to think too busy in a job, but in really enjoy so yeah, but when I started it, I just, you know, didn't think it would take off. Really, I didn't think. Probably underestimated myself in some way and the whole thing. And then, through doing it, you know, like you said, the universe support shoe if you you know, if you're open to it. And Yeah, it's really, you know, shift my perspective and really made me, you know, really push myself on my comfort zone, you know, which I think is important, you know, as a person in life. HMM, I'm so glad. I'm so happy to hear that. You know, you went for something that was different for you, because most of the time people just get caught you know, they get caught up in the idea that it's too different, it's too out of a particular zone, and I think we need to forgets that zones exist. Because, yeah, you because, you know, again, it's sort of like putting yourself in a box and not stepping out of it. Put either in the first place, someone puts you the heir. That's where you're there. Go figure out the other boxes and create, like you know, hey, wire of different things. So, Kulda, see you, Adam, I I don't think. I don't think anything you've done has been with that purpose, and to me personally, that's so motivating and inspiring. Fronk, you funcious way. Doing a really, really means a lot from you know, from a really really appreciate it that you know, that's that's why I do it was you know, I'm passionate about it. I qussied about people and you know, I think we've all got our own journey and I think it's important to connect to all the people. If we can put some of the...

...positive out there, you know, then that makes us is better as people, doesn't it? It does. It's you know, even if it's zero points, you're zero, zero, one percent that you're doing, you have no idea where in the world. That's your point Zeros, your one percent is affecting in a positive way, and I think living with that mindset, knowing that it's eventually doing you good and the world good, even if it's in a small, you know, fraction or matter is all their masses, because happiness is it can't be, it can't be defined by the norms that exist today. Happiness is so much more bigger than that. positivity is so much more bigger than that. So if we just sort of have the outlook that you do and I do and sort of keep spreading that love, I think we'll get there someday. Yeah, yeah, and of course it's that ripple effect, isn't it? And it's that kind of like almost like compound interest. You know, if you do something like you say that one person each day, that that one percent thing going to build up over time. Yep, gay gain traction and momentum, isn't it? So, you know, little things add up to big things down there. Yeah, I mean you don't see a picture, for example, painter. You don't. You don't see a painter finishing a painting in a minute. It takes time. It's a process and I think that's the beauty of it. It's just a little details here and there, even if you have to go over those details over and over again, it masses and it comes out beautiful. However, it is awesome, really lovely point of the musk, you know, really really true. Not Definitely is. I I used to ask people who came the podcast like about books and reading. Do you have any favorite box at all or anything like that? After the moment, there is this book that has really got me intrigued. I think it's called just a second. It's okay because I don't I don't remember the exact name. I think it's called witchcraft. It's basically about the previous cabins there were in existence because witchcraft was actually a religion before it was anything else. So this particular book, it piqued my interest because I'm really into the universe. I'm going to philosophy, I'm in psychology and I love the combination of everything that I like, you know, it brings into and I myself healer. I believe in crystals, I believe in energy. So this particular book, it really piqued my interest because it basically talks about how modern day you know, because which are, which is or whatever. It was basically sort of what Christians, Hindus, you know, these different religions. What basically what they do, but the rituals, what they have are more practical are more related to the things that are coming out now which was so famous back then, for example, energy healing wasn't so wasn't accepted or so big in the last few years, but it started picking up my mensum again because it's from the old books and old readings and Scriptures. So yeah, this, this book has really caught my interest. What are you reading? The I'm not as awesome. It sounds...

...like a really good book. I'll definitely have to check it out. You do it. It is a good book. That's from my I end up reading a book and I know I end up buying another one and then buying another one and I'm like uncle his books, I need to read. I I've done. The recent books I read was by philosopher calls epicutus, the precursor. Okay, called manual for living, and it's a small little book. And epicutus was he was on the Marcus Aurelius, who's, you know, in the Roman times, was a philosopher. So he kind of I think marks a Relis was his teacher. Okay, so he there's lots of his ancient old kind of scripts and writings that are being translated into books. So that basically talks about life and the law of traction and basically lots of different mantras for life, and that's really interesting. So that's called a manual for living. That's that's great. I mean epicurus was actually like really influential and scored philosophy at the time, you know, at that time when philosophy was sort of out and coming, and it's amazing. Like I haven't really read many of his books, but this has been on my to read list for a while and I just haven't come around to it. So how would you rate it, like out of five high? I definitely give it a five. I mean you can read it in probably twenty minutes. It's, you know, like a little tiny, small kind of light. I can hear me, yeah, I can hear. For a minute you went dead silent. It's yeah, I'll give it a five. I think you can read it probably twenty, twenty to thirty minutes. It's okay. It's a really kind of small I think it's hundred twenty pages. So it's something you just kind of like flick crew and take from so I definitely rate it. I'm going to do that's nice. I'll yeah, I'll send you a photo of it so you kind of, yes, see what it's like. Yeah, but yeah, I've I think you know, philosophy is really amazing. Like there's a good philosopher that I like called Alan Watts. If you ever heard of Alan Watts, not, nothing at the top of my head, but maybe something will pick up if you keep continue talking about it. Yeah, I I'll send you the link to it. But he's a philosopher back in the S S in America and he talked about society and jobs and what's happening now, basically back then. But we wouldn't take him serious back then because it wasn't happening M so. So, yeah, he he wouldn't take them serious. Words now, like you said, with all these teachings and writings, the kind of like prevalent light today now, which is crazy. No, it's amazing because you know, cosmology, philosophy of attraction, all of these things, they have been in existence and works for so long. But I think when you know, this is how I feel like it's started. When celebrities started going like Oh, yeah, we believe in energy, yelaying and we believe in this. You believe in that, it's sort of became a trend and now the craft of it is, unfortunately, like the people wore writing about is now in this generation aren't really giving out accurate things because, you know, they jumped on the wagon and they're now just waiving...

...that red flag saying like Oh yeah, we are part of it, but in reality it's just too many people who don't understand the art of psychology, philosophy, cosmology and so many more things. That's sort of really you know, connect so well to people and Universe. It's sad. It's just yeah, no, I agree. I think I said a lot of people can kind of jump on the bandwagon of it and you know, you have to really like because it's a very personal thing to each person, I was got their own kind of spiritual connection to it and you kind of have to have that connection to I think, or, you know, to research it to understand. But not often, I think it's so in bold. It's another think crystals really help. You know, I'm very spiritual, very you know. I mean it's like crystals an energy bathing what what is your stuff sign and what is your crystal go to call? I I'm an airy's Oh my God, same. Yeah, awesome. Yeah, Aqua Marine Jasper. What's your top Haz diamond? What's so or I I mean I I've got salt lamp. I like quite like salt lamps. I've got I've got a chunk of quartz, clear quartz. Your courts are amazing. There are sort of like the I mean usually I use a crey courts if I want like the energy of all the crystals at home just sort of be amplified. But clear course, otherwise it just it's so grounding. HMM. Yeah, not definitely and not clear course. I got like a bit of bout my fist, I mean purplemer fist. Yeah, everyone's favorite. Nobody wants to admit it, but that stone looks pretty, so pretty that you want to just keep it around your neck. Yeah, there's, there's not some different crystals, but I think it's quite a personal thing. You really just connect with certain rocks or crystals. Well, you, since you're an aries. This is a suggestion from an airy aries. I don't know about like, do you have typical aries personalities and like, you know, typical arey Straits? Yeah, I'd say so. Yeah, like I say, yeah, I've got I've got a lot of energy, not you know, I'll stop my ground and if some of I don't agree with our you know, say it and very outspoken. HMM, yeah, I know. So there is this one crystal or stone that I would suggest is getting a red jasper or getting an Aquamarine, even if it's like a tumblestone or even the rough cart. If you just keep it around you, it really like sort of recharges your energy and sort of brings it from negative to positive, because, you know, what happens with US aries eighty percent of the time is that we have all this energy and sometimes there are not many people around us who sort of bounce back the with that same energy, and that ends up upsetting us and we don't really consciously realize that it's upsetting us. And one fine day, which happens within a few hours, we start having outburst which are very subtle at first, you know, we we sort of start losing focus and things like, let's say we made a plan to watch something with our partner, with our friends. We start having this memory come back to us like, Oh,...

...you know what, when I had so much energy, nobody was really giving it back to me and the room was not being read and you start losing focus in that moment and your energy starts dissipating into what happened before. So to keep that energy braculated, I think these crystals or stones really helped me to sort of keep myself grounded and focus my positive energy and my negative energy at the right things, you know. So try it out, it might work for you. Yeah, of course, I definitely agree. Like you said, I think you're like, I'll start some we have a lot of energy and I feel like sometimes I feel like it's not going in a certain direction, I kind of kind of feel bad and it's like exactly, it's we need to try to channel it into into something. Yeah, you have no idea how many times I've picked a fight with someone just because, just because, okay, because I couldn't feel that energy coming back, I couldn't feel like, okay, like I want to do this, and because I'm such a passionate person about every single thing, it's really hard for other people to understand that they are. There is so much passion for every single thing, you know. So yeah, it's it's sometimes misread. Sometimes, you know, people go like Oh, you, you just you being childish or you're being to hyper and and I don't give a flying f about those labels, to be honest, but to keep myself, you know, losing focus, especially when it comes to a person that I love, like, for example, my husband, he is an Aquarius. HMM, we're complete opposites me, water and fire, isn't it? I think areas are far but first water. Yeah, yeah, so it's at the beginning of a relationship. There was so much drama, not like, you know, because his way of you know about the acts of love, right, every everyone has a different way of showing affection, and his was always doing things for me, and for me it's always, you know, hugging or, you know, kissing or cuddling, and so they would always be this mix up because I would want that from him, because I would always have energy for that, because I'm passionate in that way, and I would do I would do even the things that he does as an Aquarius. But unfortunately, as an aquarius he can't do what I can do because he he doesn't have that same and Gy as that I do. So there's you know, it's like for me as an aries that I really had to like figure out where do I have my energy sort of burst off. HMM. So I think that helps to just sort of come, come me, calm you down and keep you focus. Yeah, no, I agree, and I think like how we do relationship. We were quite interns, were very passionate and see, you know, we know, we were a hundred percent, you know, in it, in it all together, and I think why you said it's having that mutual balance in some way. And you know, I think it is very obvious too, as if it's not reciprocated, we kind of know. And Yeah, you, like you said, we that there were those outputs and you know, I fucking like dye in the past. And we we commute. Will we we will communicate things if it's not yeah, and it's really hard to stand by, you know, because our personalities are such like we don't really have a middle ground. And I and I learned that a long time ago. There's no in between for us. It's either all in or all out. Don't expect something. You know, most people,...

...they go like you know what, you could just you could just be in between for a bit. Why don't you feel okay? I'm like no, I'm either I'm either feeling brilliant in or I'm feeling, you know, somewhere in the center of the year, you know, surrounded by volcanoes. There's no in between for me, and it's really hard to communicate that sometimes, but that's what we need to focus on. That's why I got into like healing myself, energy healing, keeping my focus on the universe and what it gives back to me and help me so much. It's just that not many people really take out the time to look at these perspectives for themselves, which sucks. Yeah, that's that's how you grown, ass how you develop, and that's how you make your relationship stronger, isn't it? Yep, exactly, NIC's definitely true, but not it's it's been a pleasure talking to you, sweet sweeting, like I could duck in. It's been an absolute honor to be on this podcast with you and I would have this amazing conversation with you. I think we bonded instantly, which I love. It's really hard to find yeah time any percent of the time when I need another aries, there is this you know, who's got the bigger ball being yeah, but h I I didn't do I did not have that idea. So I think you for giving me that space and thank you for clicking with me and connecting with me. I loved it. HMM HMM. Now, you're very, very welcome and really means a lot for you come on the podcast and I think, like you said, I probably talk, probably talk together all day because we're on that same wavelength from yeah, Star signs. That connection like and you know, really really means a lot and I think you're doing great and everything that you're doing really positive and you know, we're sure the best for you doing and whatso like, you're welcome. You welcome and, like you know, this could be the first of many if you wanted to. I we could go on each others pocausts are gone, yours and definitely we're my listeners. Would Love, love to hear you talk and love here, the here, the conversation that we have because I think you know from an outside it's a little funny and entertaining the way we talk to each other. So, yeah, it would be amazing to have you on my podcast. Yeah, you know, I'd love it. Great. So we're where can people find you? On social media, like you know, your podcast social media. I'm mostly on Linkedin, which is swaying GT and on Instagram, which is sway sayings as W E Y S IM GS over there. It's basically all my part cast off all the stuff that I usually do and studying, spreading all the positivity. If people want to check out what I do as an entrepreneur with my husband and my company, they can check out as true, KV, but that's basically it's no awesome, great, I really enjoyed to day and yeah, I'll stay in touch and I'll put all your details in the description as well. Thank you so much for having me, Adam. It was such an honor and absolute pleasure to be able to have this conversation with you. Thank you so much for having me and you have a lovely day a head. How would do you too? You Very Rocome, very welcome. All right, thank you so much, Adam. We'll talk soon and let me know what your calendar looks like for yeah, come...

...on my podcast. Yeah, of course, definitely, definitely. I'll be in touch. Effect. All right, perfect. Thank you so much. You Welcome. Take care all the boat. Okay, you to bye, bye, bye, by.

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