Angie, The Coach
Great results don’t just happen, they happen because you make them happen.
• How can you stop the pain of heartbreak?
• How can you cope with betrayal?
• How do you empower your children to cope with the break-up?
•How can you improve your confidence and self-esteem?
•How can you find your happiness again?
• What do you want in your relationships?
• Why are you not getting what you want?
• How can you improve your relationship skills?
• Are you settling for less?
Are you going through a divorce or break-up? You’re probably wondering how to make the pain go away? The cure for pain is IN the pain.
”I understood myself after I destroyed myself. And only in the process of fixing myself, did I know who I really was.” -Sade Andria Zabala.
Difficult events often facilitate positive personal development in the long run. The lessons you are facing now might be some of the most important you’ll ever learn.
Make rock bottom the foundation on which you’ll rebuilt your life.
I can help you to be honest with yourself, neutralize any tendency you may have to settle for less than what you really desire and deserve.
Low self esteem is connected to negative thoughts about yourself; and negativity feeds unhappiness. While self-esteem may help with happiness, it is not the magical solution. Happiness is complex and there are many factors that can influence it. Self-esteem may not be the key to happiness. However, building self-esteem is certainly a building block towards happiness.
Sometimes you are so stuck in the past that it prevents you from growing into your best self and have the relationships that you desire.
Gaining control over your emotions will help you become mentally stronger. Fortunately, anyone can become better at regulating their emotions. Just like any other skill, managing your emotions requires practice and dedication.
Happiness is complex and there are many factors that can influence it. However, my coaching makes you raise awareness, seeks for you to see things differently or do things differently. And that ‘differentness’ could ultimately make you happier. Focusing on your future and what's ahead can be a huge step towards a fulfilling, happy life.
A very wise person once said: “Holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die.” The only person who you will be hurting is yourself.
Forgiving someone does not condone anyone's behaviour or assign any blame.
The process of forgiveness is about releasing yourself from the withheld negative emotions that are affecting your health and vitality.
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