"Marry Me" Doesn't Mean "I Love You"
Understand your feelings, and very soon you will find new hope in your future… You will move from fear to empowerment.
Heal Yourself & Heal Your World
No one should feel trapped in a life they don’t love, in a job they don’t like, a relationship that doesn’t feel good for you. No one ever has to be a “victim” of circumstances.
Whether you want to redefine yourself and start over, or brighten up the life you have that already feels perfect for you, I will help you put color back in your world, light in your eyes and joy in your body by guiding you in finding your limiting beliefs, your true desires and discovering your essential self again.
Through unique coaching tools, thought work and Mind-Body tools I will hold that place for you and guide you in eliminating unconscious thoughts and patterns that are no longer useful to you. You can heal old wounds, discover your unique gifts, and find your true path.
You have all the answers within you. Together we will utilize tools and techniques that guide you through the process of learning to hear your own inner voice, your “essential self,” by listening to what your thoughts, emotions, and body are telling you.
“Marry Me” Doesn’t Mean “I Love You”
In my book I will help you understand the cycle of violence, and the altered thought process of an abuser.
I will provide resources for you to start navigating your way out of the abusive relationship.
I will help you understand why you have thoughts of going back even though you know you should leave.
You will start to understand your feelings and very soon you will find new hope in your future …
You will move you from fear to empowerment.
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Thoughts To Ponder
I often hear a big misconception when I listen to people talking about victims of domestic violence. They often assume these women as “insecure” and they falsely believe that the reason women are in an abusive relationship is because they have “low self-esteem.” I cringe every time I hear this. Some of the strongest, most
Women who have lived the abuse are often considered “broken” or assumed to have “baggage.” On the contrary, they are often some of the strongest women you will meet. They are street smart and they have learned how to survive. They have learned how to stay strong. They have learned how to keep their wits
As I sat in the backyard reading, once again I noticed the cat sitting quietly a few feet away from me, just watching me in silence. Over the past month she began appearing in my backyard. For the past week or two I find her sitting next to my backyard chair where I sit to
A single experience in life does not define “who” we are. What makes us “who” we are is the whole of all our experiences, not just a part. Our job doesn’t define us, where we live doesn’t define us, a trauma that we experienced, or a bad choice that we made, does not define who
We all hold on to the past, those people and memories that served us in some way. Maybe they brought joy to our lives, or gave us hope for our future, maybe they distracted us from doing something we really didn’t want to do. But, ask yourself “Are the choices I make today because I
Once upon a time, in a land near, near by…there was a beautiful little girl who suffered terribly from the many abuses inflicted upon her, and for a long time she thought she was…ugly…shameful…helpless…hopeless…good for nothing… invisible…incapable…weak…the problem…the victim…deserving of all that was done to her…despicable…stupid And… she picked people, as she grew up, who
If you are a teenager wondering what a violent or abusive relationship looks like…It may start with teasing and name calling (which often looks “normal”), but can progress over time to more serious violence and sometimes rape. Your boyfriend or girlfriend may call you names, embarrass you on purpose, keep you away from your family
Recently I received an e-mail in response to one of the factors listed in “Abuse is Progressive” that have been found to increase serious risk and even homicide in homes where domestic violence occurs. As hard as it is to fathom, one of the risk factors for serious injury or homicide within a violent relationship
There is no “look” to Domestic violence and no particular “appearance” that an abuser has. You cannot tell by looking at someone who is being abused and who is abusing another person. Many abusers are extremely charming people and direct their abusive behavior only on the person they are most intimate with. Most people being
Once an incident of domestic violence has occurred, that violence will escalate with each episode: the abuse is progressive and usually will not stop until one of the partners dies or escapes. The abuser probably does not initially plan on abusing the woman. The problem stems from his altered thought process and his sense of
Because abuse is gradual love continues to grow, however the periods of calm are always followed by unpredictable emotional reactivity. You may never know what will set him off and the violent episodes are usually unrelated to the situation at hand. His level of reactivity is out of context to the current situation, reaching an
How do you give your heart to something that isn’t even real? Loving someone, then finding out none of it was real. None of it, as you knew in your heart, ever existed. Like you were only having a dream. That’s what it was… my dream, obscured by violence and abuse. I didn’t love the way