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Hi, I'm Natasha Adamo
I’m a bestselling author, motivational speaker, and relationship coach. I have dedicated my life to helping people feel less alone, becoming dependent on nothing other than listening to their intuition and getting them out of pain, suffering, self-sabotage, and confusion that I know all too well.
I am not a professional of any kind; I hold no license or certification in anything (but am so deeply honored to have readers and coach many people from the professional psychological communities that I have the utmost respect for). My education has come from surviving myself and my own life experiences – not formal training or teaching.
I currently coach clients in over 30 countries around the world on various levels:
You may know me from my former blog, Post Male Syndrome. I started PMS to answer every question I ever asked Google at my lowest, most lonely points and could not find the answers regarding:
Relationship and Dating Advice
Un-Dealt With Trauma
How to Overcome Crippling Shame From Decisions I Made in the Past
Forgiveness and Acceptance (of myself and others)
How to Reach Indifference
Being Taken for Granted
Toxic Friends and Family Dynamics
Wanting to End My Life After a Breakup but Not Wanting to Kill Myself
Self-Sabotage and Procrastination
Bouncing Back From and Breaking My Addiction to Toxic Relationships
Although the blog was aesthetically geared toward women (and written from the perspective of a straight woman because that is what I am), I was getting many male readers (along with readers of all genders and orientations).
I decided to bring all the posts to a more inclusive site of the community that YOU ALL have built. My readers include people of every age, stage in life, gender, and orientation. I am not into male-bashing at all (or vilifying anyone). I have thousands of male clients and readers; I love men. Men are not the problem. Selfishness is the problem. Un-dealt with trauma is the problem. A lack of self-love is the problem, not men. I have found that no matter what gender or orientation, we are experience pain; it’s just different body parts and dynamics.