Interestingly, that’s how I began to work with my clients. They were wonderful, warm, entrepreneurial, and driven women. However, they too, often didn’t feel safe to be in touch with their hearts. Yet, they wanted to experience a deep, meaningful, healthy relationship with themselves and others.
I didn’t realize it at the time, but I felt I must prove I had the right to exist. I chased diplomas and certifications. Like so many of my clients, I got married, even had kids, and built the white picket fence. I did what I was supposed to do, but I felt empty. Always wondering what was wrong with me since I “had it all.”