I never thought I would suffer from depression, let alone, anxiety, and PTSD. After losing my son when he was 12 weeks old, I was in denial about my mental health.
My drive for making a difference had left me so I didn’t even know who I was anymore. After I accepted my new reality, allowed myself to express my feelings , and finally humbled myself to ask for help my desire to change the world came back.
I soon realized that I in order for me to make a bigger impact I had take care of me first. I couldn’t love people more than I loved myself.
I had to put myself first. Before my husband, before my living daughter and before my clients.
My physical and mental health have improved, my relationships have gotten deeper and my clients are getting better results all because I chose to love myself first!