Why my story is relevant in all of this? Because stories, in life as much as in therapy, resonate with each other. Therapy is the place where two human beings dance in dialogue. I would like to invite you to feel if I might be the right person and that is why I offer these few lines about me.I was born in a little village in the south of Italy. I have lived in Rome, Budapest and London. I have a strong interest in arts (I worked as an actor for few years while studying Anthropology and Politics in Rome). I moved to London 5 years ago and I am now pursuing a path in psychotherapy which feels like the best way to be present in the world. I love Greece, the blue sea and the white simple houses. The sound of waves, the perfumes of nature after the rain and the howling of wolves. Two humans sitting in front of each other trying to find a unique way forward.In my life I have been the child in love with everything and the enraged adolescent pushing against anyone. I have experienced the raging pain of loss and bereavement and the stillness that happens when we can forgive all the curved balls life has thrown us. I have been angry thinking I would never forgive and then I have forgiven and found closure. I have travelled across countries to follow my dreams and paid, in good and bad, all the consequences of my actions. I have tried to live my life as I could and let others lead me and show me the way. I have felt the pointlessness of living and the guilt of feeling alive when life was too good. I know it sounds like a paradox. I believe that paradoxes make space for our story to become enriched, full and meaningful.