“Our daughters are the most precious of our treasures, the dearest possessions of our homes and the objects of our most watchful love.” ~ Margaret E. Sangster
Empress Empowerment Coaching (https://empress-empowerment-coaching.nl), Tina De Keyzer-van Bruggen‘s interview with Monique (Moya) Wijngaarde-Bekema (July 13, 2021)
Tina: Why are your daughters so special?
Monique: What I find so special about them is that they all three have become social people. Each in their own way, with their own skills and expertise, they have given back to their fellow humans and animals.
Lendie (33) did an All-Around Hairdresser study and she also completed a Social Care study. Like me, she (seemingly) shows her caring heart, because she is often contacted by people around her who are in crisis. Despite her own health problems and her daughter’s health problems, she is always open to listen to others’ stories or help them with advice.
Linah (29) studied for a career in Fashion Design, and she also completed a Make-up Artist study for which she developed training in Medical Make-up. In addition to make-up, she also teaches customers about certain skin-related situations. For example, if someone has a port-wine stain on the face, she advises on how best to remove it, so it is almost or no longer visible.
Linah also gives various workshops for all kinds of occasions. She doesn’t shy away from anyone. She has an open-minded view on what constitutes a man and a woman and is not afraid to break these standards. She challenges people to express themselves and to be elegant! This is her starting point. So just like women, men are also welcome.
Cheviane (22) is completely focused on animals – dogs and horses specifically. She is often asked for help or advice by horse owners. This always starts with the owner because, when there’s a happy animal there’s a happy owner.
**Read the full interview at:
What I Love About My Daughters – Changing the World! (warriorwomanspirit.com)