Sonya Malinka Persson
My full name is Sonya Malinka Persson, but people call me Malinka. I am located in the midst of Sweden in a town called Västerås. I live with my black housecat Molly and my black german shepherd pup Boyo. During weekdays we hang out with the amstaff female Lilo while her human is at work.
I’ve spent my entire life being creative in one way or another. Photography and writing is what I’m the best at, and as an adult I’ve also become quite good at handling dogs – which is something completely different. 😀
Due to my bipolar disorder (type II, if anyone’s interested) I am retired from work. But I am bored out of my mind, and what’s why I’m here. I intend to be creative to the extent of my ability, which may vary over time.
In general, the whole purpose of Key of Life is for me to take control of my life. I have dreams and goals, and this is how I work towards them. This is what happens when I get tired of having my life controlled by society. I want to create the life I want instead of living in an existence.
My intention is that Key of Life will be my ticket to staying true to myself and focus on what makes me feel good. This includes, over time, finding how to live the way I want to live. I want to expand my life from being a city person (which I highly dislike, for many reasons) to living in the forest. As of yet, I have no idea how to make this happen, but I’ll get there.
There are few areas in my life that are important to me. One of them is my creativity; photography, writing, layout, webdesign et cetera. Another is dogs, and in that area I am mainly interested in how to create and maintain meaningful relationships with dogs, how to be a good leader and how to communicate with dogs in a natural, dog-like way. I am also very interested in spiritual growth and that is one of the reasons I want to live in the forest – more and better access to the pure energies of nature.
I don’t appologize for who I am. I spent my entire life trying to be something I’m not, and I’m done with it. I am who I am, and I am not sorry for it. Life has made me who I am, and I’m actually proud of it.
Finishing this bio, I feel that I need to congratulate myself on taking this step. Staying true to myself means not pretending, and not fighting to be something I’m not.
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