I was born in Moldova, where my parents provided me with a nice childhood. By nature, I was a lively, persistent and resourceful child and attended a Russian school. As was customary in our country, I also married as a young woman, but immediately separated from my husband when war broke out. So I survived the war with all its horrors; fear, cold, hunger, etc. alone with my daughter. It was extremely difficult, and before I was able to get used to peace, another battle began to rage in my life – a struggle for the life of my daughter. According to doctors, she needed an operation that could not afford. A type of pain exists that “silences all words”, and this pain is when one is forced to leave one’s child in the hospital and travel to another country to ensure her survival. Such painful moments, not all of which were followed by happy endings, were numerous in my life, and which I describe in greater detail in my energy book Perception is Power.
The love for my daughter, ingenuity and perseverance had brought me to Slovenia where I found employment. After several months of living in this country, I also met my husband. With money saved and with my then still future husband I returned to Moldova, where my daughter waited for me in the hospital. Although I could pay for surgery, I decided to look for another medical opinion, so I brought my daughter back to Slovenia. The range of emotions overwhelmed me when they told me that the child is healthy and does not need surgery, even more so that the operation would have harmed her, varying, from anger, outrage to indescribable happiness and deep relief.