Quick welcome video below – check it out!
I’m guessing you’re here because you’re caught in:
Replaying the past
“I really hope I didn’t do or say something wrong.“
Preparing for the future
“What if my mother-in-law asks me to host again this year?“
Comparing yourself to others who look like they have it all together
“How does Sarah stay so positive with all she has on her plate?!”
(Umm…I got news for you…Sarah is on the struggle bus just like you!)
Trying to be perfect and pleasant is all quite exhausting isn’t it?
I’m guessing you’d rather live like this:
Not trying so hard in relationships
Simply showing up as yourself without fear of judgment.
Trusting your gut
Feeling comfortable making decisions without checking in with everyone else first.
Changing your definition of success
Focusing more on what you can do naturally, not what others want you to do.
Potential mistakes and conflict don’t have to take up so much head space.
We are allowed to be both human and happy!
I’ll go ahead and cut to the chase
I do my best work with People Pleasers and Perfectionists
These clients leave our time together looking and sounding much different than when we began.
“I feel bad for bringing up the issue. I know it will make her mad to talk about it. “
“I told her ‘no’ and then the conversation just kept going. No drama. No worrying about it. Simply ‘no, I can’t do that’ and it was done.”
Because these folks consistently get better in the office, it wasn’t a far leap for me to expand what I offer outside of the office to a broader audience.
My coaching program
Power to the Pleasers was born!
What’s the difference between
Coaching and Therapy?
And which one is the best fit for your personal form of pleasing and being perfect?
Scroll on and find out!
If you need more clarity, set up a call!
You’re a good fit for COACHING when you:
- Are able to maintain what life throws at you in the day-to-day world.
- Have tried to make changes on your own, but can’t make them stick.
- You are avoiding people because your inner anger is no longer easy to hide.
- You need someone to get you over the hump of setting boundaries without guilt.
- You are tired enough of fighting your fear of conflict that you are willing to get a little uncomfortable.
You’re a good fit for THERAPY when you:
- Have significant daily anxiety which makes changing anything seem impossible.
- Know that pleasing and perfectionism aren’t working for you, but you have no idea how to do anything else.
- Need to understand more about why these two strategies are your go-to ways of being in relationships before you make changes.