Unfortunately, most of use are not taught how to cope with our emotions. We are taught to hide our negative emotions and we therefore begin to deny their existence. We are asked to put on a brave face and show our success to the world while hiding our failings. Most of us develop into perfectionists and suffer from imposter syndrome.
This kind of thinking leads to us feeling out of control, alone and incapable of handling life's stressors at times. This may also lead us to believe that asking for help is a sign of weakness.
The truth is that being a human is hard and asking for help is a source of strength.
I believe we all need a supportive, understanding and nonjudgemental space to explore difficult emotions, learn how to express them, and find out who we are. I provide my clients with the space to explore their deepest thoughts, learn self-love and gain the confidence to truly be themselves.
Reach out today to schedule your free consultation to see how I can help you.