I love helping you through tough relationship stuff because I’ve been on the other side of it. I’ve experienced first hand the life long benefits of support, accountability, and a kick in the pants. I’ve been stuck in ruts where I’ve doubted my ability to make a change. I know how it feels to feel shame, sadness, and uncertainty in relationships.
Growing up, I literally never asked for help. I thought I had to do it all on my own. Had to be smart and saavy enough it figure it out myself. The first time I remember really stepping out of my comfort zone was after a breakup. I knew in my bones I needed help. I was confused, pissed, and felt utterly broken. I had initiated the split, so why was I so devastated? Turns out, it’s actually really, really hard to walk away from someone you love. In fact, you’ll hear me say that it’s one of the toughest decisions you may have to make during your life.
I’m who I am today – a mom, wife, coach, and therapist – because I finally asked for help.