Somewhere along the journey of life, we are taught that we must do it all alone. For me, this was growing up in foster care because I didn’t know who to trust.

This followed me my entire life. I couldn’t trust so I couldn’t ask for help.

Sure, it feels amazing when we can accomplish something on our own but doesn’t it taste just a little bit sweeter when we can celebrate all the amazingness together. And wouldn’t it be amazing if we could share our struggles and hard times with someone, so we can know that we are not alone?

Doing things alone will seriously hinder your own progress.
It will leave you unable to see that everything you want truly is possible.
It will leave the fear and doubt lingering leaving you to never take action because you are constantly second-guessing yourself.

For a just minute think about what it would feel like to have someone on your side.

  • Someone who may have been there.
  • Someone who can give you a different perspective.
  • Someone who will listen.
  • Someone who supports you.

Therefore, having relationships with people is so important.

I get it. I am an introvert and often steer away from people and groups until I get the urge that I want to socialize. I don’t call my best friend often enough to let her know things are shit or when I am being sought out to contribute to another publication or do other amazing things.

Part of my journey is to really claim who I am and this isn’t so much about labeling but really what I stand for and what I am supposed to do with my life. You know that infamous calling that people always talk about?

I am incredibly intuitive and clairsentient and it used to scare me so much that I was hiding it. Being able to share this with people makes me feel less alone because there are a few of us out there.

I’m a special-needs parent and I know that too often I feel like I’m going into battle alone, but I’m not. I’m surrounded by amazing people that support me personally and professionally.

And if you are ready for more

Ready to ditch the struggle, the frustration and the overwhelm

Let’s push those boundaries of your comfort zone and allow me to support you need to go to the next step.