The LizyT show with Virginia Presseault
I am a storyteller from way back; I have published two short stories that allows me to showcase my life through my most colorful of perceptions. I believe we all have a story. I believe that we evolve because of how our stories have impacted our lives. Each experience carries us forth to our present moment. My story, as all of our stories, tell the journey of our life, the disappointments, our healing, the people that we met who enriched our lives, and those that added to our pain.
Our stories can inspire us to live better lives, transform us to a new way of living or they can keep us mired in our limited belief’s, pain and suffering. We all can remember at least one of our stories and how that experience taught us something we will never forget.
Our stories tell us how or what to think, what we have been taught to believe, what defines us. It also tells us who is allowed in our space, what we are too young to create or too old to begin.
Your stories tell me about what you believe about relationships, money, work, your health. Do the words we speak empower us or do they pull us down?
Change how we see our stories and our perception will then change. We learn we can’t change the facts of our history, we can, however, change ourrelationship with our experiences.
I would like to tell you some of my story. How I tried to make sense of my life as both a descendent of European parents trying to assimilate themselves into a culture foreign to them to being a first generation Canadian who tried to integrate herself into both these two worlds.