I Was Suffering in Silence
Years ago, I was struggling with PMS mood swings and painful periods. They affected the quality of my life and the quality of my relationships.
With nowhere to go, I thought to myself…
I can’t be alone. There must be other women going through a similar experience.
When I healed myself, I decided to start Cycle Harmony to share my journey and what I had learned along the way.
My hope was that this would help other women who were also suffering in silence. And that by buiding a community, many more would come together to share their collective experiences and support one another on this intensely personal, and seemingly lonely, journey.
Cycle Harmony is Changing Lives
Today, I’m delighted to see that Cycle Harmony has become a safe and supportive place where women feel comfortable sharing some of their innermost private experiences; and that it’s touching the lives of over a million women from around the globe each year.
It’s especially fulfilling for me when women write and tell me how Cycle Harmony has helped them improve their relationship with their menstrual cycles – and the quality of their lives.
On a personal level, my efforts to support other women have enabled me to tap into a deeper source of courage, wisdom, and resiliency – something I didn’t even know I had. And I’ve become a much stronger person as a result.
Step Up to Help Others
The community has now reached a stage where my personal time and efforts are simply not enough to support all the sisters in our community. So I’m calling you to step up and join our team as a community leader – to help transform another woman’s life, which will inevitably transform your own as well.
One of the most important gifts we can give to someone is listening. Oftentimes, all someone needs is to be heard and understood.
So we’re looking for a team of women who are caring and empathetic, who are willing to listen and eager to help others, who share our vision and mission, and who are committed to making a difference in their own lives and in the lives of others.
Knowledge of nutrition, fitness, or menstrual issues is a plus, but not necessary. And we understand that you have other life responsibilities. What’s more important is your willingness to help. Even one hour of your time on a weekly basis can go a long way.
The Responsibilities of Community Leaders
How Will You Benefit
Speaking from my personal experience, I have no doubt that you’ll benefit from this position more than you know.
If you feel excited about joining us, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to hearing from you!
P.S. I’d also greatly appreciate it if you would share my message with others who might be interested in this opportunity. Thank you.