From the time I was a little girl, I was always taking care of my Cabbage Patch Kids. Those poor dolls had every illness or disease a small child may have ever heard of. And those illnesses, like in real life, cropped up anywhere~ in my room while playing, in the car, or my Mom's favorite, while at the grocery store. So when I chose to become a nurse my Mom wasn't exactly surprised.
Now, almost 19 years later, I'm still a nurse but have spent most of my career feeling like something was missing. I have learned so much about about what causes us to develop the coping mechanisms we have, what purpose they may have served in their creation, and what effects they have on our lives now. These mechanisms were created when our minds were blank slates, learning about life and they are now outdated and no longer serve a purpose. In fact, they're often times the reason we feel stuck.
Discovering these things has helped me to see that my true calling is to help people get "un-stuck." The ability to identify or truly understand your own values, the relationships you have, with yourself and others, and your confidence level, will have a major impact on all areas of your life when making decisions. And if you are not living a life, whether in part or whole, that aligns with your true values, you will never be fully happy or fulfilled.
Its incredibly rewarding to realize you've asked a question or just had a conversation with someone, and you see things coming into focus for them. When people start to shift in their thinking to realize their own value and worth, what they deserve for themselves, and gaining clarity on what they want in this life~ that's what its all about! In my interactions with people, that's what I'm aiming for. There can truly be a whole new life or way of living in store for someone when they gain this perspective, and I am honored and blessed to be able to play a part in helping people achieve that.