I know that feeling all too well.
At the peak of my depression, I knew I needed to figure out this "self-love thing." I knew something had to change.
What I didn’t know, was where to start.
How could I REALLY change my mindset for good?
How could I stop hating my body?
How do I end this mental and physical war?
The researcher in me dived deep into techniques and tools that were proven to help someone's mindset and make a lasting change.
Through this research and trial and error, I began my journey into self-love.
It wasn't easy, and self-love is still a muscle I work on daily, but by consistently choosing to implement some highly efficient core tools, I was finally able to see a shift.
I started to be happier, laugh more, accept parts of my body I always loathed, and these little successes added up to the huge milestone of genuinely falling in love with myself and by connection... my life.
For the first time in a long time, I loved myself and I loved my life.
Coming from such a dark life to one where I love so much, I became passionate about helping women all across the world find this same joy, this same peace. I became passionate about helping them embrace their life and their body wholeheartedly.
There is NOTHING I am more passionate about than this. THIS, is my purpose.
I know how hard life can be for us. I know all about the pain and the suffering. I know how harshly we judge our bodies and can’t help but compare them to others.
I know how bad it makes us feel to think we aren’t good enough for someone, or the guilt that eats at us because we feel like we’ve failed as a parent/spouse/friend/leader/provider.