- Do you find yourself exhausted, stressed out, or overwhelmed with your daily life?
- Do you feel like you’re in some weird dimension of Groundhog Day where things never change?
- Do you find yourself pulled in ten directions to the point that it feels like nothing gets done?
- Do you struggle with focus, goal-setting, and staying consistent?
- Do you find yourself haunted by your past or by mistakes you’ve made?
- Do you constantly feel as if the universe is setting you up to fail?
Darling, I have been where you are.
I had an extremely abusive childhood, divorced three husbands over 23 years, raised two kids (and a stepdaughter), struggled to keep the lights on, worked at jobs that made me physically nauseous every morning, and still suffer from anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder.
I’ve felt the stress and pain, cried endless tears, and often felt utterly alone in what I was going through.
I am living proof that what comes before your reset moment does not define you.
I’ve fought against all odds to be where I am today – alive and chasing my dreams. I’m a survivor…and if you’re reading this, you are a survivor, too.
Quitters don’t bother looking for answers. They wallow in self-pity and blame everyone else for their problems. I know you are not a quitter.
What I have isn’t perfection by any means. I still trip over my own intentions and experience periods of self-doubt or low energy. I struggle with depression (and living through a global pandemic has not helped). I will never pretend that any one thing – medications, therapy, “positive” thinking, or what I share with you – will have all the answers.
I will tell you that my approach is grounded in common sense, in actual life experience. Like so many, I’ve spent a great deal of my life without access to healthcare, therapy, or support systems. Circumstances pushed me to find solutions to the problems I faced so I could keep going. Workarounds so I could continue to function. I embodied “fake it ’til you make it” and I’m still here.
That is what I bring to the table.
Join me and let’s get to work.