You know you need to loose some weight, you need to eat better, you need to exercise more often, and you need to take better care of yourself by saying “no” to people and things that take energy from you. You really do want to make a positive change in your life.
And you’ve tried, really tried. You threw away an entire cabinet full of cookies. You bought organic produce. You even got yourself out for a run. But then, somewhere along the way, you lost the motivation. And things began to fall back into the old pattern…
“Change is hard,” you said to yourself, “Maybe this is just the way I am. Maybe I just don’t have the willpower and discipline to make the necessary changes.”
You felt discouraged. And you gave up for a while, until it was time, yet again, to make a fresh resolution in the New Year.
Does this sound familiar? I’ve experienced it in my own life, and I’ve seen it happen again and again while working with women to create healthy lifestyles.
As a result, I’ve thought long and hard about how to best support women in their efforts to achieve their health goals.
And this is what I believe:
That a true and lasting change has to come from within. It’s difficult, if not impossible, to change our behaviors without first changing how we look at things.
Often a fresh perspective, a new way of looking at a situation, can initiate a permanent change – easily and effortlessly. But we have to arrive at this insight first, and on our own.
This insight can be hard to come by because we are living the flawed lifestyle, shrouded by the puzzles and mysteries of our own body, the emotions and relationships that feed the status quo.
Wouldn’t it be nice to get a fresh perspective from someone who is somewhat detached from our lives? Someone who has the knowledge and experience, and whose goal is aligned with ours?
In a one-on-one consultation, I will personally work with you to identify the root causes of your menstrual disharmonies, and help you create a plan to balance your menstrual cycles and improve your health. If you’re interested in working with me privately, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.