“I feel guilty making my health a priority.”
I have heard this statement from almost all of my clients.
It makes my heart hurt, because as women, we have been conditioned to think this way.
We have been conditioned to believe that “self care” is selfish.
That it is acceptable only after we take care of everyone else in our life.
That is absolutely not true.
You have to take care of yourself if you want to take care of others.
I teach my clients how to make their health a PRIORITY.
Contrary to popular belief, this does NOT mean:
· Making your kids go hungry
· Leaving your marriage
· Quitting your job
· Creating time to take care of your emotional/mental health.
· Eating healthy-making strategies for prep, cooking…etc.
· Letting go of what is harming you /not serving you in life, whether it’s physical or emotional.
As a RN of 7 years, I have witnessed women suffer because they didn’t make their health a priority.
They broke their hip changing a lightbulb because they didn’t want to “bother anyone” by asking for help.
They ignored painful symptoms for months because they wanted to be strong for their busy family, only to get diagnosed with stage 4 cancer.
I want you to make your health a priority.
I want you to feel well.
I want you to be the best wife/mother/woman you can be.
I guide my clients step by step in doing this work.
I want to help you too.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for your free consult.