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Is This You?

Do any of the following resonate with you?

  • Do you feel constantly on-edge like you have too many stresses to think straight (racing thoughts, irrational fears and worried all the time)?

  • Do you feel emotionally overloaded such as intense sadness, down, angry, shame, hopelessness, worthlessness, sleep disturbance, increased or decreased appetite, low energy, loss of interest and find yourself with very low self-esteem or feeling 'not good enough' which is impacting your life?

  • Do you feel stuck like nothing in your life or relationships will change, feel numb like having hard time getting along with other people and becoming scared, frozen?

  • Do you feel estranged from your family for a long time, struggle to have meaningful connections and constantly self-sabotage that you are afraid to lose?

  • Do you feel that you endured a difficult childhood, and you feel it’s impact on you every day?

  • Are you experiencing recurrent, unwanted, and distressing thoughts of a traumatic event life event, upsetting dreams, nightmares, or flashbacks of the experience, disconnecting as a way of protecting yourself?

  • Do you experience and developed memory problem, physical symptoms such as chronic pain, insomnia, headaches, stomach pain, etc?

  • Do you feel you can’t seem to find passion in anything that you try at time and worried you have no passion and feel guilt for not knowing?

  • Do you feel you want to better understand yourself and gain the tools to cultivate a better relationship with the different parts of yourself, but you don’t know where to start?

  • Do feel you want your life back, yet you feel like something is missing?

  • Wouldn’t you like to be able to be calm and cool no matter what’s going on?

Whatever your situation, your journey with is safe. You’ll start learning how to accept and understand yourself without judgement or criticism and to recognise your value and worth as a human being. When having a difficult time, a self-compassionate person would acknowledge their difficulty and ask themselves how they might comfort and care for themselves, rather than being self-critical. With self-compassion, we give ourselves the same kindness and care we’d give to a good friend.

My goal is to help you to understand that human suffering is inevitable and having compassion for yourself ultimately means accepting that you are human. Not only you’ll learn how to approach life with kindness and determination so that you can feel confident on the outside, but also inside you will learn how to build emotional resilience to experience deeper, more trusting and supportive relationships.

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