I believe reaching out for help is a strength and a smart thing to do. The following example describes my view on seeking counseling and applies to coaching too:
If your car is giving you trouble or for some reason not performing as well as you'd like, which approach is better: to ignore it and risk the problem getting worse, to try to fix it yourself although you don't have any training as a car mechanic, or to take it to a professional who can use his/her training and expertise to help fix it? We are far more likely to take our car to a professional than we are to take ourselves to one. Yet clearly our life is more important than our car, and it deserves better--or at least equal!--care.
Whether you decide to work with me or someone else, I encourage you to find a good "life mechanic" who can help you resolve any problems you may be having and help you improve the quality, rewards and satisfaction of your life journey.
I would be glad to offer you a free and confidential consultation if you would like to learn more about my services and how they might be beneficial to you. Please use my Contact form
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Note: Contacting me by email is better than calling since I can't answer the phone when I'm in sessions. If you write me and don't hear back within 48 hours, please try again and also check your Spam folder. My response (coming from a different address) will often end up there.