“You Have to Heal Yourself Within to Free Yourself” – Speaking with Patricia Breslin

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Published Jul 30, 2022, 12:00 AM

Patricia is a mother, grandmother and has been a hairdresser for over 40 years. She has always known there was something in her desperate to get out but couldn’t place what it was. It was after two abusive marriages and focusing on personal development and self-discovery that Patricia realised her passion and purpose in life was to help others.

 

She joins Pete in this episode to talk all about her life, including the difficulties she has faced and what led her to leading the life she always desired.

 

 KEY TAKEAWAYS 

 

  • Patricia has struggled with self-esteem and confidence her whole life it was this and bullying she suffered that caused her to have an eating disorder.
  • When she met her husband, Patricia thought she had found love but it turned into an abusive marriage. After finding the strength to leave with 4 of her 5 children, Patricia went into a women’s refuge.
  • After leaving her husband, Patricia used drink to cope, something she had also done in her teenage years.
  • Patricia got married for a second time, she had a sixth child but devastatingly this marriage was also abusive.
  • The life Patricia was living, with failed marriages, abuse and alcohol dependence was something she desperately wanted to leave behind but she didn’t know how.
  • 4 ½ years ago she managed to stop drinking and her life has turned around. She joined AA and began working on herself.
  • 2 years ago Patricia did a course in RTT, a type of hypnotherapy which started her fascination with the mind and how our brains work as human beings.
  • Helping people, particularly women, from toxic life and situations into success, is what gives Patricia fire in her belly.
  • Patricia bears no grudges or bad feelings towards past events, including her ex-husbands. She understands that life happens and she can’t take back her past, she can only move forward.
  • When people self-sabotage it’s not intentional, it’s often a coping mechanism where the individual doesn’t feel good enough.
  • You have to be your true authentic self in order to learn to love yourself.

 

 

BEST MOMENTS  


“I just wanted someone to love me and to look after me”

 

“I knew for years I didn’t want this life but I didn’t know how to get out of it”

 

“I’ve always been on a journey of personal development”

 



ABOUT THE HOST 

 

The ‘Mighty Pete Lonton’ from the ‘Mighty 247’ company is your main host of ‘Fire in The Belly’. 

Pete is an entrepreneur, mentor, coach, property Investor, and father of three beautiful girls. Pete’s background is in project management and property, but his true passion is the ‘Fire in The Belly’ project itself. His mission is to help others find their potential and become the mightiest version of themselves. Pete openly talks about losing both of his parents, suffering periods of depression, business downturn and burn-out, and ultimately his years spent not stoking ‘Fire in the Belly’. In 2017, at 37 years of age that changed, and he is now on a journey of learning, growing, accepting, and inspiring others.

Pete can connect with people and intuitively asks questions to reveal a person’s passion and discover how to live their mightiest life. The true power of ‘Fire in The Belly’ is the Q&A’s - Questions and Actions section. 

The ‘Fire in The Belly’ brand and the programme is rapidly expanding into podcasts, seminars, talks, business workshops, development courses, and rapid results mentoring.

 

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