I know from personal experience that we can’t love where we are by hating the experiences that got us there. I grew up with a dad who suffers from addiction. My parents divorced when I was a teenager. In my first year of marriage, my husband was activated to serve a tour in Iraq. During that tour, he developed stage 4 cancer in his neck and mouth. After surgeries, months of different therapies and rehabilitation, he is still by my side today. We now have three kids, each with a different learning disability. For over 15 years, I have lived with my own autoimmune diseases and chronic health issues. I am not in love with hardship, but I am in love with the lessons it teaches and I would love to share that with you.
It is my passion as a coach, mentor, public speaker, and fellow Latter-day Saint, to help others live a life they love because of their hardships, not in spite of them. I’m excited to get to know you and help you create a life you love no matter your circumstances.