Meet Dorit

Our readers want to get to know you first, tell us about YOU what is your story?

I am a woman, wife and mother on a quest to find harmony between the grind of motherhood and the complexities of being born a female.

As a feminine energy expert and nutritionist, my work is to help moms find their flow in body, mind and spirit as women and moms.

My story begins when we welcomed our second daughter into our lives. From day one she has been extremely difficult to calm and soothe. Very quickly we’ve realized that our little girl is a highly sensitive child – she was grumpy, whiny, cried all the time, colicky, didn’t sleep much. Long story short, she drove us crazy!!! I’ve dealt with postpartum depression, resentment, even hatred of my own child and in its worst times regretted motherhood altogether. It was awful!

My healing and transformation happened when I’ve realized that I’ve had to change myself and stop trying to change my child.

Self-care is so much more than getting an occasional mani-pedi. It goes as far as learning to self soothe, manage your own anxiety, learn to communicate your needs and get them met, learn how to eat like a female and harness the power of your feminine power.

As women, we have a superpower that is not known to many and my mission is to share this with as many women as possible so we can enjoy living a life of joy as women while raising children we are proud of.

I believe motherhood is our sacred portal for personal growth and development and when we learn to take care of ourselves, we tend to mother much better.

Now let’s talk business, what do you do? Have you always wanted to have your own business- what inspired you to go down this journey?

I work with mothers who are looking to find flow in their lives – in body, mind and spirit. Women who are struggling with finding a sustainable way to live as moms and women together and separately.

Women who struggle with physical symptoms such as hormonal imbalances, acne, weight-loss, as well as burnout, lack of energy, lack of joy and low libido.

Women who struggle with a lack of emotional resiliency and feelings of hopelessness, victimhood and smallness which are reflected in their parenting and relationships.
Women who feel disconnected from their body and sexuality and as a result struggle with low libido and lack of sexual desire which is reflected in their marriage.

My work is a combination of health, mindset, relationship and motherhood coaching.

I have never thought I’d become an entrepreneur! This is another thing motherhood exposed in me as I didn’t see myself working for someone else while my kids are being raised by a stranger.

I wanted to create a work environment for myself where I can contribute to my family financially as well as raise my children and be close to my family.

Life is full of lessons, what has motherhood taught you?

What advice do you have for moms who want to start a business?

Entrepreneurship, just like parenting, is personal development on steroids. In order to succeed in it, you have to be willing to face your own BS and limiting beliefs as well as stop resisting change.

I believe entrepreneurship isn’t only a way to make an extra buck but is the highest form of engaging your feminine power and creativity.

just for fun

Did you make a New Year’s resolution? If yes, what is it? If no, why?

I don’t want to knock NYR’s, but I don’t believe they materialize. I believe in setting intentions to create what we want in the New year, but it needs to start before Jan. 1st and needs to have a BIG reason behind its importance (WHY) to stay sticky!

behind the scenes with Dorit

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