Hi, I'm Kelly!
First and foremost, I want you to know – This is NOT your fault. You’re NOT crazy. You’re NOT overreacting. You’re NOT hopeless.
Sometimes we sail through life’s changing seasons unscathed and with ease as we excitedly step into it the next journey of our lives and other times it feels as though we are on a nightmare merry-go-round that we can’t seem to get off of. We lose our sense of direction, self-hatred over rules our once amazing self-esteem, confidence has eluded us, and we become internally stuck due to the emotional entanglement of the situation we are facing. We begin to feel isolated, alone, and directionless as we desperately seek the light at the end of that tunnel. Defeat settles in as everything seems so impossible. The mess of broken pieces becomes too much to handle. Sound familiar?
I hear you and I understand you. I have journeyed through both types of experiences – seasons full of splendour as I excitedly anticipated the next adventure, but the hardest ones personally for myself were navigating life after experiencing betrayal trauma, just like you, and then having to overcome an addiction to alcohol that concealed all that pain I tried desperately to escape. I bounced from therapist to therapist as hope seemed to stay a distant friend. I pressed on as I couldn’t continue to live with so much hurt and pain. It was tiring and exhausting on all levels.
That’s where Transformational Coaching changed my life! I stumbled upon an amazing faith-based coach who, through a gentle approach, encouraged me every step of the process. Pressing towards my goals, tackling my fears, limiting beliefs, and pain head on, while bringing healing to every session as I encountered Jesus every step of the way. In the end, all the hard work paid off. Not only did I reach my goals, I became emotionally healed. Shame no longer dictated my self-worth, nor served as my inner voice. My faith and relationship with Jesus grew. I am now able to live confidently and firmly rooted in my God-given identity no longer carrying the weight of a burden that only held me captive. Was it easy? No. Did I have moments I felt like throwing the towel in? Yes, and so will you some days, but I promise…. it will all be worth it!