SELF-CARE SOLUTION WEBINAR
When Self-Care Turns to Self-Sabotage:
Why it happens and what you can do about it.
THIS WEBINAR IS PERFECT FOR YOU, IF…
you are using self-care to try to feel better, but it’s just not working
you are feeling selfish, guilty or ashamed every time you try to take good care of yourself
you are seeing negative effects to your physical health, your relationships or your bank account, despite your best self-care intentions
In other words, if you are trying to take care of yourself and still feeling sluggish, exhausted and run down…or you’re struggling to quit that late night sugar & carb habit…or you’re hiding out and avoiding difficult conversations in your relationships…or you can’t quite finish anything you start…or you’re spending money on things you don’t really need and accumulating lots of excess stuff and the bills that go with it.
This is what sabotage looks and feels like, and the self-care solution can help you get back on track and feeling better!
I created this webinar will teach you exactly what causes this self-sabotage problem and what you can do to overcome it, permanently!
Creating effective and positive self-care routines is a very common challenge for a lot of women. I see my friends and my clients clients struggle with this all the time. They are smart and accomplished. They have the best intentions to do the right thing and to treat themselves well. And yet, their self-care rituals are creating more harm than good.
I will let you in on a little secret.
I used to think of myself as a self-care expert, until I learned that almost everything that I was doing and labeling as self-care, was actually having a negative impact on my life!
I was trapped in a 15 year cycle of self-care & self-sabotage and I didn’t even know it. It cost me tens of thousands of hours and dollars….it cost me true connection and openness in my relationships…it left me feeling emptier and more stressed out than I could ever possibly imagine.
And the crazy part is, the whole time this was going on, I thought I was taking GREAT care of myself.
Boy, was I wrong!