I help to empower women in relationships to be Loving Self-Advocates, especially when they are going throug a difficult life transition, like divorce or loss of someone they love.
This shift to healing the heart is badly needed in women, to arrest the unhealthy aspect of people-pleasing. This helps them to be confident standing up for themselves and setting healthy boundaries, such as having tough conversations.
We know that women are suffering and in pain whether they are talking about it or not. In fact, NOT having these real and heartfelt conversations about what’s REALLY going on for us creates illness in the body.
To heal from trauma, we must have a felt sense of safety in the body FIRST. Step two is to feel worthy of asking for support, really having this feeling of “someone has my back no matter what.”
Once we feel SAFE and SUPPORTED, we can move forward, process the difficult emotions, and be creative and joyful as we grow into the best version of ourselves.
It has to happen in that sequence. As women, we tend to plough through our feelings by staying busy. We wake up one day and feel exhausted, burnt out and wondering what happened to us. There is another way.