.We attract from our point of Pain or Wholeness

That’s why knowing who you are is so important.

When you are disconnected from who you are,

  • you may become confused and it becomes difficult to make decisions,
  • you may find it difficult to trust yourself or listen to your intuition,
  • you may feel stuck in your life,
  • you may feel shame, guilt, unworthy, and unlovable,
  • you may have one failed relationship after another, and
  • experience all sorts of unhappiness and disappointments in life.

Not knowing who you are happens to everyone at some point in life because either you were never taught to have a strong sense of self and became a people-pleaser, 


You never fully healed from your childhood experiences and trauma and still carry the pain from your past, 


a significant life experience (or a series of life experiences) has left you off balance and pushed you into inner growth and evolution.

In either case, just know that all is well in your life and if you take the time to rediscover who you have become you will find a new sense of inner-strength, and confidence.


How would you like to feel completely accepting of yourself (the good, and the not so good – because it’s all part of who we are), fully trusting yourself to make decisions that are right for YOU, feel more comfortable with boundaries, and walking away from situations and people that are unable support your growth?


All of this is possible for you when you are ready to connect to who you have become.


How can I help you?

Anxious - Ambivalent

The Anxious - Ambivalent Attachment type has learned to anticipate rejection or abandonment. This type is vigilant in looking for signs that people they care about are losing interest in them. They relinquish and immerse themselves into their partner in the attempt to anticipate their partner's wants and needs, oftentimes at the expense of losing themselves.

Avoidant - Dismissive

The Avoidant - Dismissive Attachment type has learned to be solely contained within themselves and does not rely on others to meet their needs. They are independent, self-sufficient, and have a strong belief in their self-reliance. They do not look to others for comfort or support.

Fearful Avoidant - Disorganized

The Fearful Avoidant Attachment type is the most complex of attachment types. This type shares the extreme highs and lows of both the Anxious - Ambivalent and the Avoidant - Dismissive. They crave closeness and connection, but if their partner gets too close, they'll push them away, often with explosive energy.


(The most common of the attachment types) The Securely attached type has learned that it is safe to be open and express themselves in relationships. They can set healthy boundaries, to love and respect themselves, as well as others. They can rely on their partners and have their partners rely on them. They can efficiently resolve conflict in relationships, focusing on the solution rather than the problem.

If you are unsure what attachment type you are, please take my quiz to help you better understand yourself.

Before embarking on our one on one coaching sessions, I offer a complimentary consultation. The initial consultation will give us both an idea of what you are looking for, to address any of your concerns, and to see if we will be a good fit together.

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