Are you tired of living your life on other people’s terms?
You have the right to spend your life
Doing the things you love to do and experiencing things that Bring You Massive Joy!
You are a successful woman – Yet there are times that you feel as if you are a shadow of your true self.
You feel that to be truly loved and valued in this world, that you must live your life on other peoples terms …
You try to mold yourself into being the person that you believe your family wants you to be or that society has stated is the norm.
You experience stress and anxiety because you are constantly over-thinking and over-analyzing things you have said or done and the decisions you make.
You may have trauma in your past that prevents you from playing BIG.
You find yourself shrinking away from certain requests because you do not fully understand how valuable you are and what your gift to the world is.
You have an inner drive to succeed in life and in business.
You’re seeking peace and happiness in ALL areas of your life.
Yet, there are those pesty gremlins in your mind, telling you
- that you are not enough
- that other people are better
- that you are a fraud
- that you have to play small
- that it’s a dangerous – dangerous world!
Those gremlins in your head are often voices from the past. They may be words and beliefs from your parents, teachers or other influential people in your life OR they could be your interpretation of how you perceived circumstances from years ago.
Your Past Does Not Define You: YOU DEFINE YOU!
I’m Cindy Holbrook, author of forthcoming book “Live Fully, Love Fully: How I Stopped Allowing My Abusive Past to Define Me and CLAIMED My Life.”
I would love to be your beacon of light, to guide you into the life you were born to live. To have self-confidence, find your value and your worth. And most of all for you to spend your life Doing the things you love to do and experiencing things that Bring You Massive Joy!
I was born into an extremely abusive family. Being the youngest of five children, I watched in horror as my siblings were beat. Sis and I were also subject to sexual abuse from Dad. The first 35 years of my life was FULL of sexual, physical and mental abuse. However, I thought it was perfectly normal. Isn’t this the way all families were? (check out the “about me” page to learn more about my story.)