Pole Dancing to Soul Dancing – Christine Macdonald’s Story

Pole Dancing to Soul Dancing – Christine Macdonald’s Story



Pole Dancing to Soul Dancing I love that and soul dancing is her new story.

“Stripping for the first time I felt pretty; people were giving me money for how I looked.”

Christine is an author, speaker and self diagnosed recovering narcissist. She is also extremely brave to share with the world, details of her past in hopes of helping others.  At age 14, Christine was diagnosed with a skin disease that left her face severely scarred. By 19 she was working as an exotic dancer and by 21 was a drug addict. How do these events relate to the others? Self esteem, or rather, lack there of.  

Twenty years and many life lessons later, she courageously takes ownership of her past and is here to share some of the lessons she learned along the way. A member of The National Association of Memoir Writers (NAMW), Christine is currently working on her memoir about life as an exotic dancer in her hometown of Waikiki.

As a girl or woman, I think all of us at some stage have felt not pretty enough or wanted to change something about the way we look. Christine’s story taught me that we don’t all get a choice and that we don’t all have control over that. For Christine, it was a skin disorder, for others it can be as simple as aging and weight gain or as severe as being a burn victim. So life happens and therefore, it’s absolutely imperative that your happiness is not based on the external and that you LOVE YOURSELF for who you are.

Don’t miss the Kouch Time discussion, coming this Wednesday to Kirsty TV.

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