Are you a woman who has experienced another major change in your life and it feels like the last straw?
You know you have survived events like this before, but THIS ONE feels different. This one feels like it might finally derail you for good if you don’t do something about it.
Divorce? Loss of a loved one? Caregiving? Retirement? Layoff? Career change? Any of these events have the power to derail even the strongest women among us, especially when it’s One. Change. Too. Many.
- Are you just going through the motions?
- Is “auto-pilot” your normal mode?
- Are you tired of living behind the mask that shows everyone you’re “just fine”?
- Is it time to move beyond just coping and surviving? What does it mean to thrive?
Does any of this resonate with you? If so, YOU ARE NOT ALONE!
Hi, I’m Maria. And I’ve been where you are…
I lived with and through major shifts in my life over and over again, and became hardened to how I was feeling. I stuffed my emotions so deeply, just to get through the day, that I couldn’t feel much of anything anymore. I just kept on going, building up walls to protect me, conditioning myself by pretending everything is fine. Until this one time, when something within me broke, I just couldn’t summon up the usual bravado to keep on keeping on. When I hit my breaking point, I had no choice but to reach for help. It became my turning point.
Sometimes we need a trusted hand to help us find our way back after being derailed. I found mine and she saved my life. I’m inspired to help other women thrive, as I have learned to. I am proof that it is possible.
I encourage women to give themselves permission to rediscover who they are, take off the mask and begin to create a vibrant life which supports them where they are today. I inspire women to step back into their life fully, with more clarity and confidence, while learning the tools that will keep them from getting derailed ever again. That’s what I call thriving!
I’ll share a bit of my own story through life challenges and changes and let you in on some of my “secrets” so you can make better choices for yourself. Trying to do this life stuff alone is hard, so I invite you to bring in some help.
I look forward to hearing from you.