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Obsession: a persistent preoccupation, idea, or feeling. Hi, my name is Gina and I am an obsessive person, in all aspects (and also compulsive! a wonderful combo don’t you think ?) To be an obsessive person has become something I love and hate about my personality (yes, all at the same time); it has made me do and say things I deeply regret, but also has made me achieve things I never thought would happen. I consider myself a very determined person, I do not rest (literally) until I get something I want ... I think, on one hand it’s a positive ‘quality’ but sometimes it can blind you to the point of being stubborn and foolish, there is a fine line between achieving goals and loosing your mind into something nonsense. Obsessions are responsible of hours of anguish and frustration, non-sleep nights, but at the same time they are great engines to achieve things.

What’s your personal meaning of happiness? To get, to have, to do? or all three together... for me, happiness is a state of peace and balance by 'doing' and working; to achieve personal and professional goals. True happiness comes from the inside out, from a personal balance and from how you share it with the people around you, your family, friends, coworkers and community. Over time I’ve learned that happiness does not always means eternal laughs and having the best mood all the time, happiness is a state of balance... of being the best version of yourself every day, of working in your personal growth no matter how old you are or what you do, I’ve also learned that being happy is part of a process; you realize that you will always have problems and unpleasant situations, but it all depends in how you sort them, it’s more a state and a journey than a phisical reaction.