The wife of a surgeon says she teaches women to embrace their feminine energy to achieve a lavish lifestyle through her life coaching.
The 34-year-old Australian, Margarita Nazarenko is not shy about flaunting her extravagant lifestyle and frequently posts to Instagram to show women what they could have.
“If you want men to do more for you, amplify your femininity,” she told Southwest News Service.
“Men crave femininity and get huge fulfillment from serving feminine energy,” she claimed.
She went on to categorize women into three different animal types.
The first, she titled the “divine deer,” which is the “epitome of feminine energy that every woman should aspire to be.”
The second she calls the “overworked dairy cow,” and describes it as a woman who “does everything and is tired.”
She claims too many women fall into this category but says they can break free by learning “to set boundaries in motherhood and share duties with their partner instead of trying to do everything.”
The last is the “workhorse,” which takes on too much masculine energy to embrace feminity.
“I was in the horse archetype my whole life,” Nazarenko said. “I wanted to pay for bills, and [in turn] I was chasing men who didn’t want to be with me.”
It wasn’t until she “embraced her feminine energy” that she met her 42-year-old surgeon husband.
An example of how she “manipulates” or “influences in a skillful way” is her recent trip to the United States, which she says benefited both her husband and her.
She says the key to “manipulation” is it is about finding a way for both to get what they want.
“Simon wanted to buy an RV and I acted interested in his dream and we went to an RV convention in Las Vegas,” she said.
“[But then] we also ended up going on an amazing holiday and stayed in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and San Francisco and he didn’t buy an RV.”
“Ask the right questions in order for him to change the idea into something that suits you more,” she offered as advice.
The self-proclaimed life coach built up almost 30k followers and offers tips, advice, and storytelling but her business still seems to be in its infancy.
The link in her bio only directs users to an email sign-up for “future online courses.”
She does not cite any schooling or certifications for her life coach business and her advice could be borderline narcissistic.
According to pscycentral, “the only question they [narcacists] have in their mind is this: how will you benefit me?”
“For instance, how will you increase my social status? How will you help me have more money?”
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