Niparpon means "a gift from heaven". She loves her body because it is a precious gift from God and she is inviting you to love your body too.
Niparpon born and raised in Bangkok, Thailand as a Buddhist who attended a Catholic convent where she have learned to love all Gods and respect all beings.
In colleges, she was trained to be a graphic designer and later a commercial photographer. After she relocated in California in 1999, she found a wedding photography company, Bridetography, with her husband. It was a very successful business...until they lost their newborn son. A year later, Niparpon had an emergency surgery because her OB/GYN misdiagnosed her with ectopic pregnancy. They later found out that she had molar pregnancy where there were only flesh and blood in her pregnancy. They treated her with chemo therapy.
Niparpon spiraled down into a deep depression. Everyday for three years staring at a TV that was not turned on. Miracle happened one day; a phone call from a stranger woke her up, shaking her body to feel. Tears poured non stop and she wanted to live again. She started volunteering at a local hospice where her life has turned to another direction.
In 2006, Niparpon went back to a graduate school to study Marriage and Family Therapy specialized in clinical art therapy. Since then, Niparpon enjoys learning about the minds and how trauma effects personality and ways people live their lives.
Life is a learning...even the Buddha was a student of life. After seeing the sick and dead bodies for the first time in his life, he was traumatized and depressed. He ran away from the palace and his family to understand his mind and learn about lives.
It is never too late to learn how the traumatic memories disturb your mind and shape your behaviors. We cannot get rid of the trauma memory, but it cannot control our lives.
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