The whole purpose of Good Mental Health is to share what I’ve learned as I’ve traveled the path of finding “it”- good mental health- for myself. Sharing the lessons from a scary childhood and the non-existent self esteem it caused, the body image issues, the anxiety, the depression, the hopelessness, the relentless pursuit of perfection, the despair.
I think that’s true of most counselors and coaches… we were once people who needed to be counseled and coached. So we did the hard work of finding answers. We found mentors and teachers. We read book upon book. We devoured information. Then, we applied it all to ourselves.
We learned to heal.
And that healing is what makes us uniquely qualified to teach others how to do the same.
We can develop good mental health in every area of our lives: in our relationships with other people, in the workplace, as parents, in our relationships with food, and exercise, and ourselves.
Good mental health has always been my goal and I know it’s yours too.
You know you want it, and you’ve come to the right place.
I’m glad you’re here.
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