Do You Struggle With People Pleasing, Self Sabotage, and Perfectionism?

Maybe this is you:

  • You say yes to things or avoid doing what you want so people won’t be mad at you
  • You start a project and know what you want to do, but don’t do it or do it in a people pleasing way
  • You beat yourself up for not being perfect wife, mother, or whatever else you want others to see

What you really want is to be able to let go of all the indecision and insecurity and create a healthier body, a better business/career and mind blowing connections in relationships. You know you’re smart enough and are very aware that you are not giving yourself the right to self expression and downright freedom to be happy!

 

So what gives? Why do you feel that you keep trying so hard but can’t attain the level of success, income, physical and mental health you desire? And why can’t you get the respect you feel you deserve in relationships?

 

It’s simple: you’re suffering from good girl syndrome.

 

All of the guilt, self-sabotage, and indecision makes you question if you’re worthy of having the life you truly desire. Sometimes you may even tell yourself your unsure if you deserve it. It’s this underlying pattern that’s keeping you stuck and not creating the freedom and happiness you crave.

 

It’s time to start putting the value on you and stop letting your good girl rule your world. Because though it has good intentions, it’s creating unnecessary stress and suffering and stopping you from being clear about who you are, how you feel physically, and what you have to offer the world.

 

And that’s where I can help…

 

In order to stop living in the shadow of the good girl and start committing to allowing a breakthrough in your confidence, belief, and your abilities you need a plan and support.

 

When you know what you want and understand where you’re going you can do anything! Like help your body heal, build that business, lose weight, and create fulfilling relationships and much more!

 

With much love,

Laura

Why I Stopped Trying To Be Better

Why I Stopped Trying To Be Better

I found myself on Facebook one morning and though it has been blatantly obvious for a long time, I couldn’t help to notice the over abundance of posts about how to get better at something.

It looked like this: “How to succeed better, how to meet your goals better, how to have a better relationship, how to lose weight better”

There was so much bettering (my word) on that page, it literally made me feel sick. How much time do we spend wasting on trying to be better? In that moment I decided to take the word better out of my [...]

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