I know what it’s like to give “everything” you have to other people in the hopes that what you’re doing will make a difference. I kept looking outside of myself for validation of my worth, even though I believed that God loved me. I couldn’t see that, as a stepmother, I lived as an emotional victim. The pain of giving and giving without any recognition put strain on my family relationships and my self-esteem.
Finally I learned how to love myself and stop mentally berating all of my faults and weaknesses. I found that as I loved “me”, I began to love others more freely. My relationships (especially with my adult children) became more genuine and enjoyable. I can help you find true compassion for yourself so that you can mend your relationships and build self-confidence. I can help you trust yourself, make decisions and not beat yourself up once you have made them.