How often do you smile? What brings a smile to your face? When I met Ovad, he seemed to be the least smiling person I have ever met. Always serious, avoiding eye contact, etc. But somehow I felt, that this man has some positive, kind energy. We talked a lot. I heard the stories of problems inside the family, of failures, of all the other bad things, that eventually “erased” the smile off the face of this handsome man. And then I took Ovad to my studio and started to occasionally, but softly instigate those sensitive topics. This is how I managed to reveal the true emotion and the true face, where my guest managed to see his true self. Then I tried to distract Ovad and switched the conversation to various small, easy talks. He might seem to remain serious, but I’ve seen it and I know it: even the slight shadow of a smile on his face was a huge progress.
As a result, my guest got a different point of view of himself, gained self-confidence. In the process of our conversations and the photo session he understood, which conversation topics are the most sensitive and painful for him. But he also understood, that being real rocks! Somewhere close there’s always a person ready to listen, understand or even share the burden. Ovad would often repeat “I am a very simple person”. I’m sorry, Ovad, but you aren’t. Not at all! I believe, phototherapy helped you to see and accept this fact. And this is exactly what is cool about phototherapy! Thank you!