Once upon a time there was a high achieving woman who believed she could have it all a great career, material comforts, and a loving family.
Every day she rose to an alarm, readied her family and herself for the adventures of the day where she ran an endurance race of performance demands at work and personal demands at home, finally retiring to bed knowing that she had given the day her all.
One day as she stood before a wall of paint colors at the home decorating store she realized that she had given so much of herself to others that she didn’t even know what her favorite color was anymore.
Because of that she began to question her capabilities, to feel more tension in her relationships, and to define and validate herself through the thoughts and actions of others.
Because of that the outwardly strong woman felt weak inside and her body tried to get her attention with stomach upset, pain, heart palpitations and a combination of insomnia and exhaustion which left the high-achieving woman questioning whether she was crazy.
Until finally she found an objective confidante with the tools to help her learn that she wasn’t crazy she just needed another pair of eyes to help her see the things that were not letting her harmonize who she was with what she was doing so she could know and live her joy.
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