About Diane Xuereb

I’m from Malta but I live in the Netherlands, I came here to be with my former girlfriend. However, after three and a half years the relationship ended and I found myself on the streets.

The first 6 months after the break up I withdrew, I did not want to talk or be with anyone.

I was in a dark space in my mind and the place where I was living was a perfect reflection of how I was feeling. It was  dark and removed from the outside world.

I literally had to walk through three doors before I was actually on the street.

Several times I asked myself why? Why did this happen to me? Now I ask myself, why not?

Seven years later I can honestly say that it’s the best thing that ever happened to me. Through the experience, I realised that I had to wake up and do something different with my life.

So I decided to help others and started my own coaching business. Something that is really close to my heart is finding freedom in expressing who I am and showing up exactly how I am without feeling the need to apologise for it.

I think that there are many people who struggle with giving themselves permission to be who they are. I was inspired to start this podcast with the hope that people would somehow find their voice and discover the power and beauty of being themselves.

If you want to know more about moi, you can contact me here https://www.facebook.com/diane.xuereb.9 or  you can join my group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/315491625594309/ 

my facebook business pagehttps://www.facebook.com/DianeXuereb2/

 https://www.linkedin.com/in/diane-xuereb-permission-to-be-you-coaching-38889633/ or http://beyoutv.com 

A member of my group posed some wonderful questions about boundaries and essentially about saying no. I found it so interesting that I was inspired to record a podcast about it. Following you will find some of the questions.
So what happens when someone starts engaging with you talking with you and you don’t have space for it or the interest?!
How do you care for your boundaries and yourselves when the other is not tuned in or aware?
What is your responsibility to take care of yourself?
How do you voice your needs and your boundaries in that moment to someone?
What would you want to say to the person?
Do you give yourself permission to really say that to speak that, that’s what’s true?
If not, what do you do?
I invite you to listen and if you feel that someone could benefit from these conversations please share them.  You never know who might listen.
If you would love to be a guest, or if you know someone who would be a great guest, please get in touch via email,  or send me a personal message.
If you are struggling with giving clear boundaries please do not hesitate to reach out and we can have a conversation.


Justin · at

Great post.

    Diane · at

    Thank you Justin, I apologise for taking so long to reply. I have only just seen your comment. Thank you for listening. If you would like to receive new episodes you can subscribe by going to the home page 🙂

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