One of the most challenging things to tell ourselves is, "I'm not okay."
Have you ever stopped and looked around and asked yourself, "How did I get here? What happened to me?"
The truth is most of us don't until we find ourselves in a situation where we can no longer hide from our truth and finally have to accept the events that led us to this realization in order to be happy again.
There are many signals we miss, when we are in the throes of grief.
Often, we search outside ourselves and worry more about how we look than how we feel. We may hone in on fixing what we believe we can control because on the inside, we're at a loss for how to recover and move through losing a loved one, a divorce or breakup, or feeling we've failed in some way. We sometimes depend on substances or turn to food to suppress the feelings we can't face alone and end up compounding our grief with more problems.
The choices we make in life stem from a deeper well: a place from within you that will continue to drive the direction of your life, living on autopilot, until you become more intimately familiar with this terrain. I call this your emotional core. Much like our body's core muscles strengthen us for healthy movement, I want to help you strengthen your emotional core so that you can enjoy a healthier and more fulfilling life.
Please don't let the name "Grief" deceive you; think of this as an emotional wellness program. My coaching delivers a 30-year-old proven process with actionable steps you can take to feel better now and anytime life throws you a curveball moving forward.
By partnering with me on your coaching journey, you can expect to:
"Without a smoothly flowing emotional energy system, our ability to live with authenticity and joy, to have satisfying and meaningful relationships, to distinguish right from wrong, to learn from life, are profoundly diminished." -Miriam Greenspan