Jul 30 • 42M

S1E18 Defining Yourself In Spite Of an Abusive, Toxic, or Dysfunctional Relationship with Julia Vitality

Real Talk Real Women with 🌸Julia Vitality🌸, 💎"Positive impact TV"💎, Self-Mastery Magazine, PR Assist, Events, Referral Hub

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The Real Talk Real Women podcast aims to break the silence surrounding abusive and toxic relationships and to inspire those still living in them to break free. My guests are strong and powerful women who have prevailed over their toxic or abusive relationships and are now helping others on their healing and transformation journey toward the best version of themselves. I am Gemma Serenity Gorokhoff, a strong and powerful woman victorious over 15 years of domestic violence (beaten, put down, raped). I now am an award-winning transformational life specialist, podcast host, entrepreneur, and published author. You can learn more about me at https://www.gemmaserenity.com
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Julia is the founder of Positive Impact TV and the Self-Mastery Magazine, created to motivate, inspire, and help people transform their lives using personal development and the stories of others who have done it.

Julia thrives on featuring people of Impact and creating lasting benefits for her audience by publishing motivational stories and transformational journeys of business owners and individuals in the Self-Mastery Magazine and the Positive Impact TV videocast.

Julia’s obstacles

Julia was born in the Soviet Union, a very structured communist environment. At 19 years old, her parents told her they were all moving to Canada. She was suddenly uprooted from her university, her fiance, and the entire life that she had built during the 19 first years of her life, and had no say about the move. Nothing worked according to plan and her life unraveled. 25 years later, she ended up in Mexico where she currently lives.

During her adulthood, she first married a full-blown narcissist, and later on, married the polar opposite of a narcissist, who left her with a void, an inner emptiness that she couldn’t fill up with her personality. She felt lonely in this second marriage and she also ended up breaking up. She found herself in the process of figuring out what a healthy relationship looks like.

Connect with Julia

The best way to connect with Julia is through her LinkTree as she keeps it up to date: https://linktr.ee/pitv

Facebook profile: https://www.facebook.com/vital8y

Facebook Positive Impact TV page: https://www.facebook.com/PITV.Media

Facebook group “Pay It Forward Group and Community”: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pitvg

Self-Mastery Magazine LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/smhub

Positive Impact TV on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/PositiveImpactTV