It’s NOT supposed to be like this.
You’ve forgotten who you used to be or what you did before there were kids, and stress, mess, and oh so many obligations.
But when you think about changing your life the guilt rears up at you because isn’t this what you always wanted!?! And don’t you LOVE them?
Somehow you’ve got to make things right for everyone else in your life before you can think about working on yourself. But trying to do that leaves you pissed off, fed up, and you’re starting to hate being around yourself.
I know that you can’t see the way out right now. All you can see are problems with seemingly impossible solutions. I get it.
I WAS RIGHT THERE.
After surviving postpartum depression and anxiety, I dove deep into being the perfect mother. Recovery was my second chance and there was no way I was going to screw it up.
I spent all of my energy all of the time on reaching perfection for my kids and Adam. I put everyone’s needs before mine. There was never the time, or energy left to spend on me. The resentment grew.
I was falling apart on the inside. Always feeling like I wasn’t giving enough and that my family didn’t see just how hard I was working. I kept taking on more and more and feeling less and less understood and appreciated. I couldn’t live up to my standards, and I constantly felt like a failure.
I lost it.
I got help.
I learned how to set the guilt down.
How to set boundaries. How to say no.
I learned how to hear my voice again, to figure out what I want and to make that a priority.
I learned how to clearly communicate with Adam and with my kids about what our wants and needs are.
Slowly, things began to change.
It took work. It took time. I spent years in therapy, in coaching, and building an entire library of books. What I have created is an ongoing self-care practice. It is living my life with me at the center of it.
I’m no longer simply an Uber driver for tiny humans – I’m a mom and what I want and need matters.
I don’t end up muttering, crying, or screaming in my kitchen anymore. I know how to talk to my family and I’ve learned how to take action to back it up.
My children are learning that taking care of ourselves is one way we take care of each other.
Adam got ME back – the spitfire he fell in love with in the first place.
I got me back.
I CAN HELP YOU
I became a coach specifically to help moms just like you, like me. My specialty is helping mothers reclaim themselves. You can get your life back. You can create a life that works for you and for your family. I can help you do that.
- Get the guilt gone
- Free yourself from the fear of not being good enough
- Stop the people pleasing
- Learn to listen to your wants and needs
- Figure out what self-care is to you
- Become a more clear and assertive communicator
- Get yourself mentally, physically, and emotionally healthier
- Work on one big project or goal
- Move through a transition in life
Here’s how it all works:
Step 1: Click on the button below and you’ll be taken to Satori.
Step 2: Input your information and choose a time for our Mama Meetup.
Step 3: We meet by phone or video chat and discuss your goals.
Three steps – it’s that simple. After our call I’ll send you a Roadmap – it’s a written plan to get you to your goals. If you want me on this journey with you, we’ll sign a contract and begin.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Do you have a payment plan?
YES! When you sign up through Satori you can choose a payment plan option.
When are the calls?
Calls are scheduled at your convenience, using my calendar.
How do the calls work?
We can speak on the phone or if you prefer video I use Zoom to create a video conference call. Each week you’ll get a link that you can use on your phone, tablet, or computer.
Do I need to take notes?
NOPE! All of our calls are recorded and sent to you immediately afterward, along with a summary from me and some homework for you. You can simply be in the moment – I’ve got your back.
What happens if I miss a call?
We’re moms – emergencies happen! The first time I will reschedule, after that, you may lose one of your sessions.
Do you give refunds?
No. Because this is a time-based business I do not give refunds. If you feel the relationship isn’t working we can discontinue – with one week notice.