According to Jenn Stephenson, the creation of autobiographical performances is often related to an event of crisis, and the stories shared are most of the time tragic. Looking at the events of crisis that occurred in my personal life, I can clearly see a relationship between the moments of crisis and the resulting use of these autobiographical events in my work. I cannot deny it any more, I wanted to stop it, and I did not want to make any work about ‘me’ any more. I did not want to be this person who uses her own life to create art. However, at this point in my life and in my artistic career I am at the starting point of embracing this fact. Embracing myself and my life and see the potential of using all of these life experiences in the creation of work. The work, in my opinion, does not have to be autobiographical in form but the base of all my creations is deeply rooted in the things that are happening and happened in my life. To tell a universal story I believe the starting point can be a small personal story. A story where the distance created between story and performer creates a dimension where the performer can meet her audience.