I help you recognize hidden beliefs that drive your behavior to fast-track your healing journey
Born into a big immigrant family, I felt unseen and unwanted by my parents.
These insecurities were ticking time bombs waiting to explode after I married my best friend at age 27.
Within 2 years, I was divorced, devastated, and disoriented. This began my healing journey.
I observed how my mind reinforces false narratives and insecurities. I eradicated my insecure thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and core beliefs.
I tuned into my body when I felt triggered to heal my most deeply rooted insecurities. I consciously experienced all my feelings and fears regardless of how difficult it was.
I committed to meeting my own needs, and loving myself even if no one else did.
Your childhood isn't gone; it's still alive within you and requires your attention.
Your triggers evoke anger, sadness, and a sense of powerlessness.
You often fight for something: attention, affection, love, resources.
You wonder if this is all there is to life or if it will get any better or easier.
TEDx Speaker. INSEAD MBA. Behavioral Scientist. Attachment Specialist.
I work full-time job as a behavioral scientist at one of the nation’s largest internet providers, where I extract insights from market research to build trust with customers.
I earned my MBA degree from INSEAD and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from Babson College.
I was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, and have also lived in Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Kenya, Singapore, France, Canada.
My personal interests include systems thinking, photography, and Sufi poetry.