When my sister was born, my parents decided to give away their bedroom and sleep in the living room, so my siblings and I could each have our own private room. Crazy, right?
That was our reality for many years.
Looking back, my mom was the source of this and other ideas that created a family culture of self-sacrifice. I know that she meant well. But I also know that she inadvertently taught my siblings and me to neglect our own needs.
No wonder it took years of work for me to finally understand that only when I had taken care of ME, could I really take care of others.
How about you, beloved? What were you taught about self-care versus caring for others?
I?d like you to embrace the following idea:
Practicing radical self-care is not selfish.
Self-care is a necessity and a sacred responsibility.
It’s time to challenge the legacy of overdoing and self-sacrifice that has been passed down through generations of women.
It’s time stop blaming your mother, partner, boss, or life, and accept responsibility for what you think, how you feel, and what you do.
If you feel stuck?it’s in your hands to get the right support and breakthrough.
If you feel disconnected from your purpose and meaning?I can help you reconnect.
But you are the only one who can decide.
You are the only one that can make it enough of a priority to get the clarity and the direction you need.
I am hosting an in-depth, one-day event in New York City and Atlanta, GA for a few women who are ready to get serious about getting unstuck and reconnecting with their purpose.
But there is one catch?
I am only offering this opportunity to five women!
Are you going to grab one of the remaining spots for a day of breakthrough and transformation?
Grab your spot in a VIP Day and start challenging your legacy of overdoing and self-sacrifice