We are two people coming together from separate continents that overcame difficult life challenges. We have a lot of insight, tools and experiences in this area. We became enriched by learning to master our fears and challenges. We had the ability to change because we no longer feared or indulged in it or the negative thoughts of self pity, anger or despair. We are totally different people that once couldn’t move forward related to our fears and challenges that took place in our lives.
We developed self worth and started to grow out of a desire to want more out of our lives. We would like to guide you on how to overcome the barriers that are in your path like we did so, you can find enrichment. We know that fear is something that stops one from learning, growing and evolving because people become afraid of the unknown and get stuck.
Many people fear change but if we do not change then we do not grow. We must change how we think of our fears in life and take the steps to overcome our life’s challenges. We can have what we always wanted out of life, know that. Once we commit to change then it will be easier and enrichment will follow as you walk down this path. We are here to guide your growth.
Choose change to be your strength and let us guide you!
We are committed people who have faced life’s challenges and overcame them.
Fear is a perceived barrier and to reach your goal you must change your view of fear in your life. Remove the barriers in your path. Choose to go around, under, over or even through your barriers in your life so you can reach your goals. Look behind you and you will see nothing because nothing was your illusion that you had mistaken for fear. That is what stopped your growth. Don’t allow this to continue. It is time to move forward. Change your mindset and get rid of fear.
I am 45 and when I was 32 I had a cataclysmic breakdown that destroyed the very fabric of my being. This was and still is the best thing that could have happened to me. I all of a sudden was naked in front of the mirror to my soul. I had no masks, no defense and no self-esteem. I had to change, I had to become the person I was meant to be. I am telling you from my own experience that change and renewal are the best tools for survival ever. I found my peace once I accepted myself for who I am and not for who I wanted to be. The only person you need to please is yourself! Those in your life that matter to you will not mind and those that mind do not matter!
I like the saying of ‘This too shall pass’ and it always does. I have spent many years not knowing who I really was and I spent a longtime in a dark place not of my making of masks and demons. As with everything there came a time for a break and this break nearly broke me but in time it passed and I became the man I should have been many years previously. Change at it’s best and always worth the angst. My gratitude is for a journey to hell and back. I stood on the edge of an abyss and fell, my journey back to the top taught me a lot about life and I am grateful for the change I went through. I always say and hold as my truth this phrase, ”Do not say you know me unless I let you in on all my thoughts and hopes and write them down for you to see everything that I am”.
I have spent five years as a telephone counselor in England for a suicide/depression crisis line called Samaritans. I took calls from people who were struggling with life and felt they had nowhere to turn. I also took part in an email service for people, this was a very popular service as many people now use email as their main form of communication. I have done face to face meetings as well. I did this every week and have guided many people down another path. Sometimes all that is needed is a person to listen to you and you can move on into a brighter place with your thoughts. It is surprising how many people struggle on their own with something and think no-one else has ever suffered the pain. Once you share something then you have taken some pressure off yourself and eventually you will turn the corner .
I’m a registered nurse and in my career I have seen many of my patients face difficult life challenges. I see first hand how poor coping strategies create devastating physical challenges in many of my patients lives. I want to help people know that there is a better way to cope and become enriched in life! Learn how to overcome the many life’s challenges that we face in difficult times. My secret to being able to get through the toughest situations has been teaching myself strategies to cope and make more goals to get past the hard emotional stuff life hands us.
My goal is to teach people the art of enrichment. I want people to thrive. I now have freedom from a life that was filled of pain that I carried inside me since my childhood. It was my perception on life that I needed to change. When I figured this out I started to view life from a perspective of love, forgiveness and hope and this change brought me happiness and enrichment.I had to change my thinking to truly be happy and overcome my life’s challenges. This is what I teach.
It all started with how I allowed myself to let my step mother’s mistreatment of me make feel “helpless”. It was a life struggle. She was mentally and physically abusive and the mentally abuse was overbearing. My seven year old brain was trained to believe my step mothers negative lies. Statements such as, “I was an idiot, stupid and that I would never amount to anything,” stuck with me. She repeat these words with her harmful actions for seven years.
I went through life holding on to self-doubt and self-hate. I believed that I deserved pain. It took me 37 years to change my thinking. To love myself and to have the courage to guide others to overcome their life challenges. I discovered the secret to overcoming pain in my life in the many aspects of life and in difficult situations. I overcame: my childhood abuse, worked through family death’s and overcame the associated grief, ateenage pregnancy, poverty, college pressures, and difficulties with high strung and ego focused co-workers in the health profession.
I learned to survive a broken heart and how to work through the crisises from my teenage daughter who suffered from suicidal thoughts , (ODD) oppositional defiant disorder and depression. I learned to overcome these challenges by changing my inner conversations that I had and by desiring to be more. I am here to guide your growth.