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Hello! My name is Patricia.
My passion is helping others move beyond today’s limits and design a life with pathos! You are only one thought away from creating Your New Personal Reality! Living with pathos doesn’t mean there are no challenges, instead it means you are so focused and committed in all that you are doing, that you are willing to be resilient. Pathos is what drives you. It’s an energy within you that lifts you up and pushes you forward. It’s a life truly aligned with your values, your skills and your authentic truth.
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Hello! My name is Patricia.
My passion is helping others move beyond today’s limits and design a life with pathos! You are only one thought away from creating Your New Personal Reality! Living with pathos doesn’t mean there are no challenges, instead it means you are so focused and committed in all that you are doing, that you are willing to be resilient. Pathos is what drives you. It’s an energy within you that lifts you up and pushes you forward. It’s a life truly aligned with your values, your skills and your authentic truth.

My personal journey

About me

Who I am

I am an Australian – Greek, equally sharing my years between both countries.
A business owner, an NLP Master Practitioner and Trainer, a mother of two wonderful girls, a wife to an amazing man, and a personal growth/life coach.

Growing up

Just like most children whose parents had migrated to another country I also moved around a lot, changing suburbs and schools as my parents were evolving through their life. Personally, I changed 7 schools, 5 suburbs and 2 states in my first 15 years. These frequent moves and travels, were sometimes challenging, but I soon discovered that they really enhanced my social and life skills.

1st crossroad

At the age of 23 I hit a crossroad in life. Do I stay in my comfort zone or do I go into the unknown and follow my heart? I followed my heart as my mother’s words echoed in my mind. “This is your life, live it on your terms and live it with pathos!” And I did. But somehow, at some point ever so subtle as the years passed, life took over and I lost my spark.

Wakeup call

At the age of 46 I got a wakeup call. I was way off track! I realized I hadn’t checked in with my heart for the last five years; in doing so, I remember, as the days passed I saw ugly more than nice, fear instead of fearlessness, ego where there was once only love and then – a dress. A dress that symbolized everything I no longer was. As I stopped to look at the dress in the window of a shop, I froze. My teenage girls enthusiastically said, “let’s go try it”, but I was frozen like time had stopped, I just barely managed to say “no” and as I said “no” I could feel what was coming next. I could already hear them in my head saying “why, but why, come on, it will look great on you…” but I was completely at a standstill.

The dress

`Yes, the dress was beautiful and yes it would look great on me and yes, I could afford it, but it represented everything I no longer was. Life had taken over. I was no longer me. Who was I? Who had I become? And as I heard their voices re-entering my world – I heard one of my daughters say, “but Why?” And I snapped!
I quickly replied with a loud mother’s stubborn voice “Because it will stay in my closet with the tag just like all the others. My life is Work. Home. Work.” And with such a calm voice and a teenage attitude that saw the whole world as her oyster, she simply answered, “Well! It sucks to be you!” 

The shift

I heard it echo in my mind as I looked into my daughters’ eyes filled with love and passion for life, and with all the strength I had, I pushed aside the tsunami of emotions that flooded my whole body so I could answer with truth and respect. “Yes, it does!”,I answered, “But from today onwards, it no longer will, because I am going to change it, recreate it and write how I did it. One for me, because this is my life, and two for you, both of you, so if you ever get stuck and if life takes over, you will know, if mum could do it so can we.” And that was my turning point and the beginning of a new life. I spent the next 4 years gaining knowledge, rediscovering my talents and my skills and bringing back to light my inner spark.

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