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With the help of Love this Life coaching, here are common life challenges that clients have conquered
Those living for the end of the day, end of the week, the next vacation, their retirement, or someday when they have the bigger house, the trim body, the new car, the promotion, more money, or more time to start really living the life they love.
Those who feel a pull towards a better, more fulfilling life but can’t find the time or capacity to deeply consider what that might entail, or believe it’s too late.
Release self-doubt, concerns about competence, and worthiness of role to truly own your seat and breakthrough perceived limits.
Those who feel judged and inadequate, trapped in the comparison of their worst moments to others’ photoshopped physiques, filtered faces, and lifestyle highlight reels, monitoring for “likes” as a vote of acceptance and measure of their self-worth.
Individuals who feel that if they are not producing, accomplishing, achieving they are failing and not worthy.
Those who feel trapped in their job and not meeting expectations on what they “should” have accomplished by this age, feeling too paralyzed to make a change.
Partners who leave their relationships as their last priority, who are relieved their partner doesn’t have expectations because they feel they have nothing left to give and view the relationship as another obligation that they are ill-equipped to meet.
Parents who forgot how to play with and enjoy their children, feeling completely depleted by the daily grind of parenting.
Parents who feel torn between providing guidance to their children and letting them learn lessons by making their own mistakes, trying to support while avoiding alienating and micro-managing.
Those who feel they don’t have permission to show emotion, so they bottle every strong emotion that comes up including grief, modeling that example for their children and blocking true connection.
Those who feel they must cater to everyone else’s needs at all hours to avoid being a failure and to start to feel they are enough.
Those who struggle in their closest relationships to be authentic and vulnerable, at risk of losing their loved ones as a result.
Those who never properly grieved the loss of a parent, a career, or a relationship and remain frozen, not giving themselves permission to fully honor and process the loss.
Those who feel criticized for their life choices by their loved ones, heartbroken that they can’t win affirmation from the very people from whom they expect unconditional love.
Those who feel addicted to food, realize they are dancing with death, and push the limit further every day even though they fear for their lives and those they will leave behind.
Emerging from trauma stronger and more resilient, including challenges such as abusive relationships, suicide of a loved one, and loss of a parent.