If loneliness is a symptom of standard-setting, how do you learn to enjoy…
I used to have zero self-esteem, crippling social anxiety, and non-existent boundaries that got so bad, it nearly robbed me of a life.
After one very painful breakup, my physical health completely gave out.
And for the first time in my life, I didn’t want to be a victim anymore.
I killed off everything that wasn’t serving me and started to take baby steps in giving myself the kindness, compassion, and unconditional love I had been outsourcing my entire life (at the expense of my mental health).
Throughout the process of healing myself, I got fatigued by all of the clickbait self-help that never really got to the root of my issues or accomplished anything other than affirming I was alone in my fears, insecurities, and experiences. I didn’t want to go talk to anyone out of fear of getting all of my questions answered with a question. I needed answers.
So, I began taking a look at my past with compassion, instead of shame and little by little, became attracted to what was good for me instead of what triggered me into having to be “good enough.”
Within a year, I had completely turned my physical, emotional, and relational health around.
I decided to start writing about everything I had learned/was learning and started a blog called, Post Male Syndrome (PMS). I figured if I could just make ONE person feel less alone in their pain, suffering, heartbreak, and confusion (that I knew all too well) it would be worth it.
I launched PMS with the intention of answering every question I ever asked Google at my lowest points, in regard to relationship advice and self-help. The blog became very popular, with millions of readers visiting the site from all around the world. I started a telephonic coaching business as a result of a demand for personalized help.
I now coach clients telephonically in 27 countries around the world, as well as in-person coaching with celebrity clients, politicians, public figures, professional athletes, CEOs, and entrepreneurs. I am is also honored to coach many people from the psychological professional community, including psychology professors, psychologists, psychiatrists, certified counselors, and life coaches. My education is experiential, not scholastic. So, to work with members of the professional community is an incredible honor.
Currently, I am working on new courses, an upcoming podcast, and finishing my book, Win Your Breakup: How To Be The One That Got Away.
I have dedicated my life to helping people realize they are not alone and providing answers beyond a surface level.
If you’ve read this far, thank you. Welcome to this tribe/community 🙂 I look forward to getting to know each other better.