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Real talk about exhaustion

These are a few pictures of what's been going on in my life.

Life with a new pup, keeping my coaching business moving, going out of town on a Wednesday with my husband, and having fun at the same time.

WITHOUT THE DRAMA.

Personal story...

I used to tell myself that when my husband comes home from working out of the country, it was "exhausting" to switch schedules every few weeks.

I used to have thoughts that left me feeling resentful around scheduling and routines.

I also acted like there was something wrong.

NOTHING was wrong.

It was the way I was thinking about schedules, a new puppy, and managing my coaching business.

My friend, it's not the project deadline, difficult client, family member, the new puppy, or coworker that's creating the exhaustion that you're feeling.

It's the story you're telling yourself that is creating the exhaustion you're feeling.

Going through something similar?

Ask yourself the following:

1 Why am I acting like it's a problem when ______...

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Have you been told that you're too sensitive?

Have you repeatedly been told you're too sensitive?

There have also been a number of questions about being an empath, what types of empaths there are, and some of you are even worried that you're NOT an empath.

Please don't worry (seriously, leave that to us). So why would you want to hang around if you're not an empath or a highly sensitive person (HSP)?

Well, you might have a loved one who is and even a kid who you suspect might be an empath. 

Back to my question. Have you repeatedly been told you're too sensitive? I have. And it made me feel even worse for actually having these feelings. The more I pushed the feelings down, the sicker I got. I was exhausted, I isolated and was fearful that the emotions would come back stronger (and they did).

As empaths, this can make us feel frustrated, fearful, and stuck. It's a terrible way to live. When started embracing this gift, I really started to live. Trust me - I fought it.

When I decided to put myself at...

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What Are You Ready to Outgrow?

We’re at our best when we’re growing, but that growth often comes with growing pains.

I’m here to talk about what happens when we experience emotional triggers. For empaths and highly sensitive people, the struggle is definitely real.

Emotional triggers can be anything from a co-worker making a rude comment about our appearance to a relative commenting on a relationship status. When this happens, we withdraw, feel hurt, angry, and can lash out.

As empaths and HSP, we can feel incredibly drained and exhausted, especially when we feel like we have to play defense against painful words and behaviors. That takes a LOT of energy and it's definitely no way to live. .
The frustrating part of it all is that these behaviors can bring up all the doubt that you may have thought you buried a long time ago.

These beliefs are based on fears—they are not reality. You don’t want to be triggered all the time. It is exhausting and painful, especially for highly sensitive...

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