When did I lose my virginity?
When I was 16 years old, I was given a pamphlet by my father that said, ‘If you can’t get married, go to the beach.’
That was my life.
That’s how I saw it.
Then one day I saw a film that made me cry and I started researching the subject.
So I went to a temple, and there was a lot of stuff on how to become a nun.
It was a beautiful thing to see.
At the time, I felt pretty blessed.
I had my dreams and I had all the other things I wanted.
But I didn’t know what it meant.
But a couple of years later, I found out about the movie and it really made me realise what it was.
When I heard that movie, I said, “This is not a film I want to see.”
I wanted to go, I wanted it, and then I realised I wanted that.
That was the beginning of the transformation.
Nowadays, I don’t feel as I did then.
I’m a bit of a different person.
I feel like I am doing something right.
It has been an incredible journey.
But at the same time, there is still so much to do.
I have a job as a manager and a couple more to go.
The biggest challenge right now is that I have to make a big decision about my career.
I’ve done so much and it’s time to take a break and be alone.
I just feel so alone, I can’t believe how far I’ve come.
It’s a huge challenge.
It took me a while to get to where I am now, and it took me more than a decade to do that.
But now I’m going to start a new chapter.
This is the moment I am going to tell everyone that I am a person of faith, and I’m the most happy person in the world.
This journey has been incredibly fulfilling. Thank you.