Can you read each of these sentences and say that you believe in all of them?
Because I do! I believe you can be your best, confident self. I believe in you!
A Confident Woman is Strong. A Confident Woman has Self Worth. A Confident Woman is not perfect, but she is fine with herself. She empowers other women to do the same.
Maybe you aren’t feeling very confident right now because of … well … LIFE! You might not feel like yourself, perhaps you haven’t felt like yourself in a long time, maybe you feel trapped, maybe you hate your life, maybe you want so badly to start and don’t know where to being.
Life happens, right? As women, we all have so much on the go, we feel like we are juggling too many balls in the air all at once. There are expectations that we need to do everything perfectly and all at once. Not only are we expected to be mothers, but also wives, friends, employees – its craziness. Society expects women to work like they don’t have children and raise children as if they don’t have work. These unrealistic expectations can leave us drained and defeated.
I know – I felt that way many, many times. I felt I had too many hands in the cookie jar – I was trying to do everything perfectly all at once. It was insanity. It took months of hard work to realize that life is not about who you once were and trying to please everyone. Life is about who you are right now and who you have to potential to be. It’s about learning to create boundaries for yourself, learning to advocate and respect who you are as a woman and celebrate all that you have accomplished. It’s about fighting to the woman you want to become. It took me a while to get to where I was pleased with what stared back at me in the mirror every day.
I can help you. I believe in you. Please schedule a complimentary 15-minute video consultation and lets work out a path forward. That’s why people call me #mybestfriendbryn .
We know that healthy sleep habits AND healthy self esteem lead to happier moms, teenagers and adults. New moms, especially, struggle with postpartum depression and feelings of inadequacy.
She can help you through all these changes, if you are willing to do the work.