|We’ve all been taught that feeling good is at it’s best frivolous —
and at it’s worst, narsistic and selfish, right?
Because you care so much about so many.
And truthfully, you really do enjoy helping others.
But secretly, if you’re like most women, you feel exhausted, isolated (even though you have friends and family), and you’re worried you’re losing your spark.
Here’s the funny thing:
If you needed help with you taxes, you’d hire an accountant.
If your car is broken down, of course you bring it to a mechanic.
But if your relationships or heart are suffering, you’re supposed to suddenly become a master coach and know how to fix it all yourself?
Ha, it’s laughable when you think about it.
So here’s the good news:
If you are secretly feeling hopeless in love and/or meaning in your life, it’s not your fault.
You weren’t taught how to heal these on your own.
But I am.
That’s why one of my clients calls me the Dating Doula.
When we first started working together she was terrified to get back in the game.
She thought it was about knowing how to please someone else.
She just had it backwards!
Once she worked the tools to come back to her own innate joy, she’s been loving her life.
It’s so funny, how we know to invest in our home, and our business, and our family.
But we somehow think investing in ourselves is different?
Sure you’ve invested in yourself before,
like manicures and lunch with a friend,
but that doesn’t really change much, huh?
Even a great therapist might not have the tools to help you reclaim your vibrance!
It’s just not enough.
And here’s why:
There’s a reset that has to happen, and it starts with the way you think.
Because if you want to experience something different, you have to think about it differently.
And if you’ve never invested in yourself in a meaningful way, that might be the place to start.
You’re worth it,