Let’s have a conversation.
We may speak the same language, but are we actually communicating?
How is the quality of your interpersonal relationships?
Have you ever wondered how to set boundaries with friends and acquaintances, or how to say NO without feeling guilty?
Do you have trouble speaking your truth to a parent or elder relative? Was your mother emotionally absent? Did your father emphasize your accomplishments instead of cherishing you for who you are, and not what you can do?
How do you handle aggressive authority figures, bitchy bosses, or problematic coworkers?
Were you a parentified child who was robbed of their youthful freedom and forced into responsibility way too early?
Have you ever connected with a man who was enthusiastic at first, but then went cold, particularly after being intimate? How can you be self-expressed when he won’t respond to your texts?
How do you deal with a meddling mother-in-law, or the friend who is decades older than you but seems to rely on you for all their emotional needs?
Are you having trouble getting through to your teenager, or being patient with your toddler?
Are you a empathic but alpha feminine woman who constantly finds herself attracting beta men, narcissistic abusers, or ends up inadvertently playing the masculine role in your partnerships?
Powerful communication is your golden ticket to freedom.
When it comes to interpersonal relationships of all kinds, communication is your power, but it can be one of the most challenging things in the world.
Anything that is considered a skill requires practice, and communication is absolutely a skill set which needs conscious cultivation, otherwise you’re tawkin’ just to tawk.
Without practical guidance on how to powerfully deal with upsets and move through pain points in relationships, it’s very easy for wires to get crossed.
But never fear: I will tell you EXACTLY what to do to transform your communication skills to make those connections, get into another’s world, share yourself authentically, and deepen the intimacy in any relationship.
…let the choir sing… (testimonials)