What if you could use a faith transition to build your self-confidence?
What if you could heal so completely that no person or circumstance connected to the church could ever trigger you again?
What if you could learn practical strategies that enabled you to maintain loving relationships with your still-active friends and family?
The truth is YOU CAN!
Sound too good to be true? I don’t blame you if you don’t believe me. I wouldn’t have believed it in 2016 when my faith crisis hit.
Initially, I felt like I was in a reality earthquake!
For several months, I wasn’t quite sure who I was or what I believed.
My youngest son had just enterred the Mexico MTC when my (severely depressed) oldest son told me he had read the CES Letter.
This was the start of my serious research into church history. What I found wasn’t what I expected.
The church wasn’t true. Even worse, the church wasn’t truthful.
I felt like I had been in some kind of spiritual car accident, but no one was bringing me dinners.
During this time, my need to feel understood seemed more critical to my survival than my need for air, yet the very community I relied on for support was unwilling or unable to understand what I was going through. [I am grateful to those who tried!]
Every thought I had about the church brought up feelings of betrayal, hurt, anger, and confusion. I didn’t know if I would ever have the emotional capacity to set foot in a Mormon church again.
I was worried about my missionary son. I feared he was unaware he was taking part in spreading lies. I wasn’t sure what to say to him and I was angry that we couldn’t have a face-to-face conversation.
I was also concerned about my relationships with still-believing family and friends, some of whom were convinced I was deceived by Satan.
I asked myself whether it was possible to maintain relationships with people that no longer believed they could trust me. I wondered if I could be at peace interacting with those who didn’t want to notice the ways the church was hurting people (including me).
I had a million reasons why I couldn’t get over feeling triggered by Mormon teachings and those who believed them. And it was painful to realize the very things triggering me used to come out of my own mouth!
Coaching changed everything
Then came an “aha” moment that changed everything for me: I discovered life coaching through the Life Coach School and began coaching myself. This process helped me see the exact patterns of thinking that were causing my emotional reactions.
Discovering the cause of my distress helped me find a solution.
As a certified life coach, I seek to help other post-Mormons move out of anxiety and find peace — with themselves and within their relationships.
Post-Mormons are among the bravest people I have ever met. It takes great courage to leave the church!
I’ve talked with many of you online and in person; you are intelligent, compassionate, dedicated, and loving.
You are willing to question your beliefs even when it means questioning your very identity.
You are my people!
I know the challenges you face and I want to support you as you rebuild.
As your life coach, I will never tell you what to do. (You’ve had enough of that!)
I will create a safe space for you to unpack your current beliefs so that you can deliberately decide what you want to keep.
I will help you see how old ways of thinking may be impacting you and show you how to move out of unhealthy thought patterns.
I will teach you specific strategies for maintaining (or re-building) positive relationships with orthodox family and friends.
Most importantly, I will show you step-by-step how to transform your relationship with yourself. I will teach you exactly what you need to do to have your own back and make decisions with confidence.
That’s why this is such amazing work!
Now is the best time ever for you to invest in your mental health.
If you are a transitioning Mormon or consider yourself a post-Mormon and you’re ready to become the best new version of yourself, click below get a FREE private coaching session with me!