I want to be a Life and Love Consultant

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I want to be a Life and Love Consultant

Run Sreysras, 22, actually works in a bank, but she wants to be a love and life consultant.

Once, Sreysras’s friend was heart-broken: she felt her boyfriend loved another.

“She told me about her problem, and I was always there to give her encouragement and advice. I therefore feel that I like consulting.” Sreysras explains, adding that “Everyone else’s happiness is my happiness.”

Sreysras advised her friend to confront her boyfriend. The boyfriend admitted he loved another and Sreysras told her friend to let him go so she could forget him and be happy after a while again. It worked.

“When the problem had been solved, I felt so excited because I did good to help my friend.” says Sreysras.

Talking to people about love and life was what she liked the most said Sreysros.

Obviously, being a love and life counselor is a niche job but Sreysros thinks it could help people.

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