Do you remember the ‘Wayne’s World’ skit from Saturday Night Live? And how Wayne and Garth would regularly claim “we’re not worthy, we’re not worthy” when something good was happening to them (like Heather Locklear showing up in Wayne’s dream).
It was funny at the time, and I really enjoyed SNL back then. But now, SNL means something entirely different to me, and I’ll explain what I mean by that.
When I chose to specialize in coaching women who are struggling with the question of should I stay or should I go?, I knew I’d be asking my clients to go deep. From personal experience, I know how vulnerable and painful it feels to be in this predicament!
But something within me told me that I was meant to do this! It’s part of the reason why I went through my own painful struggle of should I stay or should I go?, so that I’d be able to share my experience and provide support for women going through the same situation.
People comment that it must be a hard job, and that it probably gets a bit heavy and depressing. But that’s not how I feel about it at all.
Yes, it’s hard to see my clients go through this painful experience, no doubt about it! And it’s hard when some of them really want to make changes, but they’re not yet ready or willing to go as deep as is required for this type of shift.
But when I can help someone move from confusion and struggle to clarity and confidence, and I get to see their transformation in our coaching sessions together, it’s one of the greatest gifts ever…for them and for me!
Witnessing someone feeling valuable and worthy enough to ask for what they need in their relationship is a blessing. And, as difficult as it is, when a relationship simply cannot work, it is my joy to see clients respond with grace and love in letting it go.
Yes, I absolutely love my job and the women I work with! It feels incredible to know that, together, we are improving the quality of their life and relationships.
So, back to what SNL means to me now. It went from Saturday Night Live days of “I’m not worthy, I’m not worthy” to Serving in the Name of Love and helping women claim “I am worthy, I am worthy!”.
Worthy of investing in themselves and their future. Worthy of having the romantic relationship they desire and deserve. And worthy of receiving the support they need from someone who has their best interests in mind AND in heart.
If you’re not feelin’ the love in your romantic relationship, and you’re ready to make positive and effective changes, I am ready to Serve you in the Name of Love! Use this link to access my calendar and schedule your free 30-minute Relationship Breakthrough Session.
Even if we discover that I’m not the right coach for you, you’ll have made a step forward and gained more clarity on which direction you want to go. It all begins with one step, and only you can take it.
Stay tuned for more mindful messages. Giving you helpful tips and exercises to improve the quality of your life and relationships!
With love and support,