From my mid-20’s to my mid 30’s, I lived what I call a “decade of hell”.

Anxiety, depression, insomnia, obsessive thoughts, an irrational fear of illness…And more.

Everything was coming out. All that had been repressed, denied, buried and ignored came roaring out like a beast that threatened to take me down. And down I almost went.

Like a typical ashes-to-Phoenix story, I arose, emerged and was saved.

But I did it the hard way. There was a lot of anguish, a lot of suffering.

And while I do believe that healing and awakening can and does come from our biggest challenges, I do not believe that it has to be THAT difficult. You do not have to almost disappear in order to come back.

With help, you can save yourself a few years of darkness. You don’t have to turn endlessly in circles searching for the elusive escape.

You can reach out, let someone take your hand and be led to greener pastures.

It is an inside job, but someone might just be able to reach in and help you do the work.

– A painful childhood
– Issues of resentment, guilt, anger, unworthiness, etc.
– Broken relationships
– A broken heart
– Grief

You name it; if you’re carrying it, you will not live the life you were meant to live until you drop it. For good.

To read a bit about my decade of hell and get some tips on how to unearth yourself from under all the baggage you’re lugging, click the link on the right side of this blog post for my free eBook, and then if you’re so inclined, get in touch with me.

You don’t have to do it alone.