I've been working behind the scenes on the next level of my coaching business. I'm excited, a little scared, and filled with knowing that this is the thing to do.
I'm hyper-focused on helping women with difficult relationships. Ditching the Mama-Drama.
Most of my clients have Mom's voice in their heads that's making them feel stuck.
We're talking about empaths being hyper-vigilant, stuck in people-pleasing mode, and having chronic anxiety.
If you've been around me for a while, you might have picked up the struggles I've had with my own mom.
I tried everything and was constantly surprised when she didn't change. Oh, I've learned so much.
Bottom line: You don't go telling your mother how she should behave differently. You don't just give her a "mom-manual" to follow. Let's be honest - ain't gonna happen.
I'll teach you how to:
Let go of the rule book of how moms SHOULD show up in life.
Learn to focus on your own happiness and growth
Learn how to let the past be the past instead...
Emotions only last 90-seconds.
"When a person has a reaction to something to their environment, there's a 90-second chemical process that happens in the body; after that, any remaining emotional response is just the person choosing to stay in that emotional loop." ~ Jill Bolte Taylor
When I read this quote, there was a spark of curiosity that ran through my mind and body.
I even went down the rabbit hole trying to find evidence against it.
I'll use anger as an example.
You get that email, see something on social media, or read a comment that upsets you.
If anger lasts more than 90 seconds, it's because you're replaying that story in your mind.
Every time you replay the story, you...
If you're an empath, you might have been told you're "too emotional'. Not to worry. You're just naturally healing. Your body knows exactly what to do.
Tears help protect our eyes by removing irritants, reducing stress hormones, and tears contain antibodies that naturally protect our eyes.
They allow your eyes to clear out irritants, protect our eyes from infection, and are a part of the body’s department of defense.
After crying, our breathing and heart rate decrease, and we enter into a calmer biological and emotional state.
Emotional tears contain stress hormones. They shed hormones and toxins that build up during stress. Crying also stimulates the production of endorphins, our body’s natural pain killer and “feel-good” hormones.
Crying is also essential to resolve grief when waves of tears periodically come over us...