Thought I'd answer a few questions that have come up about the Cinderella to Princess Course, cos I've been asked them by a few of you...
What is the idea behind the
Cinderella to Princess course?
Therapies are not always available, but, there's also the reluctance from you, sometimes to accept help? With that in mind, I felt I could provide a course, for women specifically, (and yet no, I'm not excluding you men if you're willing to do the work) so that you could begin to help yourself.
I'm all about empowering individuals, and I felt, with some
directional tools, you could begin to think reflectively about your life, your thoughts, beliefs and morals? These are all life choices to be
made, but then throw in life experiences, and obviously that changes
everything. Very often, you don't realise you have these choices to decide.
You have to
really want, to make a better life, for yourself, really feel, a commitment to doing the work,
to keep determined step by step! I’m thinking, if there’s things you’re wondering
about, rather than serious, life challenges of course, then some of the work can be, begun
by yourself. Yes, this is dependent
on you as an individual.
chosen the stand alone course, rather than one to one therapy, then decide you want to discuss some things, then
individual sessions can be arranged.
Sometimes doing this sort of work can stir up feelings,
that may definitely need working with, to give you the right support.
I do provide Free consultations prior to one to one sessions.
Why is the course different from
every other course?
incorporating exercises, even meditations, and addressing a popular topic and current day issue of
many, of lack of self-worth or esteem.
I’ve witnessed how this has such a negative effect across the whole of
your life, if support or encouragement from those close to you is not given.
It creates a
feeling of being downtrodden, unsure of which way to turn, and not even realising
or seeing, your own power, making you easy victims for those who’ll take
advantage, roll in Cinderella!
So this is,
the Cinderella to Princess idea, it’s only from looking at the way you treat
and think of yourself, or the lack of self-love, you realise, that inner work, needs
to be done.
The course is different to other courses, because, though it is, an online one, you still can arrange added access with me, through private counselling sessions. I would hate anyone to feel, there is nowhere to go.
Why do I feel this work is so
important out there?
us are taught parenting skills, or life or relationship skills in school, you’ve
probably never considered, that ‘you’ choose ‘how you’ want your life to be, possibly,
very differently, from your parents lives. You tend to
think of yourself as a continuation of your parents, not as an individual, which
really, you're not. What if you had
maladaptive parents? How will you ever know how to start, to change things?
Thing is it’s
okay, to have different ideas to your parents, there really 'shouldn’t' be world
war two to know this? It’s text book
stuff really, but 'should' be taught to kids and especially teens and a lot
of ‘adults’ too!
How can any
of us grow, to have decent relationships with anyone, when we really don’t know,
who we are ourselves?
Why specialise with empowering
teens/women of all ages?
Equality is not always there for women, you're luckier in the
western world, but the whole world has not caught up yet, it’s still quite shocking that this is the truth!
Only 10% of women in the western world are in the top
earning bracket of jobs. Culminating in our whole world
not being balanced, with the compassionate/feminine and strong/masculine traits to create that harmony.
It’s so much easier to educate women with good self-esteem,
than, as in my profession, attempt to repair the damage done, caused
by lack of self-esteem.
Most of my work at the moment, is dealing with the damage
from 50’s/60’s/70’s women’s childhoods.
If you were one of them, you know how little you were encouraged in those days.
But it’s also shocking to see present day kids , deal with the
modern world of perfectionism they live in, and taking that on board, what sort of a role model is that? It’s like being human is not expected from you
anymore? It doesn’t promote inner work of who you are from within. That means that it's very important, for current teens, and women of all ages to know, that you can, take back your power, by doing this work, by realising you do have choices, to take your freedom as a free thinking woman in this world.