The relationship with my self wasn’t always good. About three years ago, I had a big identity crisis: recently graduated, had a small business and was newly engaged. All the things I looked forward to. Yet, I was so overwhelmed that I couldn’t appreciate the new life phases I was going in. “How am I going to make everything work, do I deserve all this?”
Sometimes everyone else is rooting for you, but you don’t know how to cheer for yourself.
Reflecting, coaching and affirmations: I love that. At various turning points in my life it grounded me and gave me clarity. When businesses failed. Moving out. New adventures. Painful goodbyes. Starting a new timeline. And of course an identity crisis.
For these moments, I created this coaching program ‘Unapologetic Me’. In times when everything is uncertain, you can hold on to YOU.
That includes all the sides of yourself that you have hidden to ‘fit in’ or to NOT ‘be a burden’. Releasing the identity you might have taken on as a young child: “Stay humble and don’t ask for too much.” The inner child that felt unheard, unsafe and above all misunderstood.
If I could describe the coachingprogram in two words, it would be ‘self-acceptance’ and ‘confidence’. You’ll make time for yourself. Express what you want AND go after it. Listen to YOUR needs. Because if YOU can’t do that, nobody will do it for you. You are the only one who can dig and see so deeply into yourself. You are so valuable, there’s no competition. That’s what you’ll learn to see.