I was suicidal once. Don’t believe me?
In 2008 I ended up in the hospital after an overdose. Twice.
What would you say if I told you that same year I was raped, diagnosed with a mental illness, and in a psych-ward? Would you be shocked to find that out too?
I also left a drug addicted husband, an unhealthy unhappy career, and some seriously abusive relationships.
If you knew me back then you would have probably said, “That girl won’t amount to anything.”
Because that’s what I used to say about myself.
Back then, that was my narrative: The crazy messed up, never good enough, always miserable never confident girl.
And I thought that was how it would always be.
Boy was I wrong.
Today that girl is gone, and a new woman stands in her place. A woman who is confident, happy, full of love, successful, healed, and recovered. A woman who created the life that once felt so impossible.
The old me might be gone, but I see her in each and every one of my clients.
She is in the woman who feels unhappy in her relationship and needs help healing.
The girl who wants to find happiness and purpose in her life but feels lost and in need of guidance.
The person who just wants to transform their life – live better, be better, serve the world better.
If you are that person out there feeling like your dreams are impossible, I want you to see that no matter where you are right now, you can rewrite your narrative.
Wherever you are right now is not where you have to be.
You can become a totally new you. You can transform your life. You can get out of whatever struggle you face.
You can do it all.
Nothing is impossible.