About My Program
Who It Is For?
- People who have experienced emotionally abusive or narcissistic relationships
- People who are ready to face their truth and own it
- People who are ready to take control of their future and make it happen
Who It Is Not For?
- People who are in self-denial or placing blame
- People who do not want to commit to action
- People who are not ready to be happy (yes, this is a thing!)
At the end of the day, it’s all about YOU. Take back control of your life – your wants, your desires – and write your new story.
Over 8 weeks we will work together to release your limiting beliefs and leave the past behind you. We will work through your personal challenges and trigger events – releasing resistance and learning how to experience better-feeling thoughts under any circumstance.
You will know and own your truth, who you are and who you want to be. Most of all, you will create actions for your future toward all you desire and all you deserve.
You will embrace the changes in your life and decide for yourself…what is your next best step.
Who Am I?
Having been in an emotionally traumatic and narcissistic relationship for several years, I was often depressed or in denial. I had three psychologists tell me I was in a troubled relationship so I left…the psychologist. Again, and again, and again.
I continually put myself last until I no longer knew who I was or what I wanted or needed for my own happiness.
For a long time I felt ashamed and embarrassed that I could have “let” this happen.
After separating from my husband, it was not long after I realised I had been in an emotionally traumatic and narcissistic relationship for several years. During that time I was often depressed and at one point I was even diagnosed with the dissociative disorder – that’s how in denial I was. I had three psychologists tell me I was in a troubled relationship so I left…the psychologist. Again, and again, and again. I could not admit it to myself, let alone anyone else. I kept telling myself I needed to love my partner for who they were, and that there was nothing wrong here.
That was the story I told myself to get through each day, putting myself last until I no longer knew who I was or what I wanted or needed for my own happiness.
When we separated and all of this came to light for me, I initially felt ashamed and embarrassed that I could have “let” this happen. But I also knew that thinking this way was not going to help me move forward. Not only did I have two children I couldn’t let down, but I also wanted to be a role model for them. I also never (ever) wanted to be or be seen as a victim. That’s just not my story.
So what next? I reconnected with the world and accepted my truth. Every day I took a step in the right direction – the direction I wanted to go.
A few years on now I know myself better than ever before. I make time for the things I love to do and the people I love to see and I have the courage and confidence to take on anything that comes my way (if I want to!).
My mission is to help and support people with similar past experiences to mine. Knowing someone is in your corner that is not only there to help you move forward, but who also understands your past that only one who has experienced it can, is something I never had. And that’s why I’m here for you.