What is A Life Coach And Why Do I need One?
What is a Life Coach? Life coaching is a synergistic relationship between an accredited life coach and a client designed to tap into your full potential. Let’s break it down. A life coach is similar to a Team Coach. There are definitely differences in the types, approaches and kinds of Coaches. Creativity is the defining difference between good coaches and great coaches. Good coaches can follow programs: great ones invent winning programs and in doing so create new directions and new ideas which in turn change the sport. Copying kills. Following others and trying to duplicate their success is a recipe for failure.
A life coach is someone who partners with you to assist you on your journey to moving past surviving to thriving. A life coach will also assist you with focusing on the things you feel are the goals not what others feel nor what the Life Coach feels. The role of your life coach is to help you find the tools necessary to move you past the distractions, disappointments and negative feedback from others, This requires a true partnership involving the development of trust and honesty between both the individual and the coach. Keeping in mind that, the goal is to partner not to judge or to do what the individual must do for their own growth,
So now the decision for the individual to become ready to move from your current state to where you want to be. Additionally, You must be ready to do the work for yourself but knowing you have someone there to truly partner with you and help you along the journey. When you decide to invest in your own development and learn how to live life on your terns, you are now ready for your Life Coach!!!
There is a saying that It takes an Entire Village to raise One Child. So, it is just as necessary for an adult individual to tap into the resources and tools necessary to nake the transition. That can be scary as we as humans struggle with change!! It is the fear of the unknown. But it also an opportunity to re-invent, create, move the direction of things and change the tragectory of your Life!!! It is not an overnight deal and you must be willing to undue what needs and redo what needs as well. Self-Introspection, True and Real Expectations, triggers, faith, Boundaries are just some of the things that will be tackled in the journey to Self Improvement. Take your Journey and I will partner with you!!! You will not be alone and I will help you get there in spite of the obstacles, distractions, trauma, addictions, etc.
Have you experiencing feelings of loneliness, isolation, widowed, and divorce at middle Age? COVID -19,Are you experiencing issues with employment or needing help with searching career choices? Who says life is almost complete? What kind of life can I have at this age?
“Life is Not over Until It is Over”! “The world needs the Elder Council and Mature Individuals to assist in leading and guiding the younger adults, teenagers and children to a better tomorrow.
Do you or someone you know is struggling with memory loss, irritability, depression, mood swings, needing alcohol to relax, headaches, nausea, and flushed skin? Are you or someone you know experience symptoms such as hand tremors, nausea and vomiting, irritability, insomnia, confusion, headache, and anxiety that signals an alcohol dependency has developed? What about these other symptoms: Unsuccessful attempts to limit alcohol consumption, Spending more time to drink or recover from alcohol consumption, Strong urge to drink alcohol, Inefficient at work and school, Memory loss,
Unable to discontinue alcohol use despite of physical, social or interpersonal problems
Giving up social life, activities and hobbies?
Do you or someone you know is struggling with your repeated use of drugs, or repetitive engagement in a behavior such as gambling, despite harm to self and others? Does it feel like you are stuck in a never ending cycle and unsure of how to get out? I have tried before and I don’t want to be this way but no success for being able to stop. How can I stop?
Overwhelmed, Work issues, Children’s Issues, Parenting, Family Issues, COVID-19. Need help with Balancing of Work/Life/Family, Seeking true happiness, ready to do what it takes to live life on your terms?
Are you in a relationship that is a constant struggle or tug of war? Do you feel like you are being physically, mentally, or emotionally abused? Do you feel that no one understands you? Not feeling valued? On edge? Sibling rivalry? Broken relationships?
“You can’t keep doing the same thing and expecting different results?” Change is Possible If you want it!!
Experiencing abuse or trauma may put your mental health at risk for anxiety, fear, drug and/or alcohol abuse, depression, eating disorders, self-injury, and suicide. Traumatic experiences in the military (for example, experiencing combat deaths, incoming gunfire, viewing the effects of explosions) can be related to mental health problems. COVID -10? Are you trauma bonding? (Trauma Bonding- trauma bonding is a psychological response to abuse. It occurs when the abused person forms an unhealthy bond with the person who abuses them.)
Mental/Physical Health and Wellness
Do you feel like you just don’t have any energy to do the things you need and want to do? Do you want to really function better each day? How can I feel better about life with the things that are going on in the world? Is COVID-19 ever going to end? I am not happy with myself and put other people’s perception of me as important? How can I change my thoughts and allow them to help me grow instead of beating myself up?
Tools for parenting during the early years from birth to age 5. Tools for parenting during the childhood from age 6-11. Now comes the Pre-Teen/Adolescence/Rebellious Years from age 12-18. It is all about the right approach for ages 18-21. How do I talk and parent my adult child ages 21 and older? How do I parent during COVID-19 Pandemic? Boys are not the same as girls, how to raise children with an understanding of inclusion.
Cyberbullying is when someone, typically a teenager, bullies or harasses others on the internet and in other digital spaces, particularly on social media sites. Harmful bullying behavior can include posting rumors, threats, sexual remarks, a victims’ personal information, or pejorative labels. Bullying or harassment can be identified by repeated behavior and an intent to harm. Victims of cyberbullying may experience lower self-esteem, increased suicidal ideation, and a variety of negative emotional responses including being scared, frustrated, angry, or depressed. Are you or someone you know having experiences with cyberbullying and/or school/work bullying?
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