It’s frustrating to live by someone else’s rules or expectations.
Do you feel restless? You might find yourself constantly counting down the days to a vacation or weekend, or simply feel like you’re just existing through the days because you don’t remember how it feels to be alive. When we’re never truly present in our lives, we always want to be somewhere else, even during situations that we think we’d love!! I get it, it can be difficult to be in the moment, because there’s always somewhere “better” we want to be. It doesn’t matter where you go, or who you spend time with. You never seem to belong anywhere. Do you know what feeling like that does to your life? To your beliefs about yourself and your value? It creates a false feeling of being alone. On your own. And it deteriorates your self-esteem. The isolation you’ve created can be unbearable.
Having to hold your tongue around others can be draining and exhausting.
But you hold yourself together and filter everything, just to be accepted. That’s what it’s like to live with a mask on. Living a life with a mask on means we always feel out of place. It’s really hard for others to get you, and accept you, if they don’t know who you are.
Or… perhaps you second-guess everything?
Even after painstakingly deciding A or B, you’re in agony, wondering, “Did I make the right choice?” When there’s so much damn noise around and you’ve conditioned yourself to mute your own voice, it can get maddeningly confusing to live in a world where you have to make decisions every day. Perfectionism kicks into over-drive, and you’re paralyzed by analysis.
Don’t deal with this alone.
If you’re nodding yes to any, or all, of the above, you have a choice to make. Are you going to suffer alone, or will you finally take the step to say it’s time to take off the mask, and live the life you were born to live?
It can be really difficult knowing where to start when it comes to authenticity.
I understand what it’s like to live with a mask on. To feel restless, like you never belong. I used to filter everything I said, and second-guessed everything. It’s an amazing, liberating feeling to take off the mask after years of keeping it on. Let me show you how freedom feels. You’ll be able to take off that mask. You’ll be able to release that unrelenting grip of perfectionism. You’ll finally feel like your unique self belongs in the world.
Right here, right now.
Letting go of years of conditioning: the way you talk, the way you walk, the way you show up – even the things you told yourself you enjoyed doing – it can be scary. But through self-exploration, deep-dive into clarity, you’ll finally see your face for the first time in a long time. We’ll figure out what makes you tick, so you can start sharing your real self with the world. I can’t wait to see how much change you bring into this world just from this part of your journey. Fill out the form today. I’d love to help you climb back into your singular presence.