What you need to know is that of all the judgments in life, none is more important than the one we have of ourselves.
You have great skills which can make you feel stronger than other people, you endure more and take responsibility for others, however the place that really trips you up is your intimate relationships as you seem to attract those people who can and will take advantage of your strength and good heartedness. It can take a great deal of self-control to escape these people because you'll keep going back thinking it'll be different, you keep giving and they keep taking your power away but don't despair because you can turn this around if you want to by being able to recognize why it happens and what to do about it so that you notice those people on the peripheral who are more likely to have your best interests at heart.
This is not about stripping back intimacy by looking at it as a business transaction, that would never do, this is about having a bit of a romance with yourself through viewing movies differently so you gain the skills to think clearly when you're around other people.
I'm not going to pretend that it will be easy to move away from your current mindset but if you want to work towards a place of self-respect then you will see that you will no longer need the worry and anguish that certain situations bring so you can go forward into fulfilling encounters with a renewed sense of self-worth.
I'd spent many years in challenging relationships which eventually made me feel unworthy and consequently, I lost the ability to protect myself. As this needed to change, I set about looking at why this had happened to me, and even though I was inspired by some people in real life, I discovered that my personality would inevitably attract certain people and I also discovered that my then lack of assertiveness was mirrored by some of the characters I was drawn to within movies particularly when it came to intimate relationships. And so it was through engaging with the characters and seeing that their final outcome was that of empowerment that I challenged myself to act in the same way which was interjected with coaching until I got the result I wanted which in a nutshell has meant that I've lost the urgent need for validation because I feel okay about myself again which makes for a far better experience in the right connection.
Why work with me?
I've learned to change my approach and that's exactly what I want for you because if you're open to seeing yourself differently then this will have an effect on how others see you and this experience will set you free to make better choices and help you achieve your goals.
I'm a qualified movie therapist, mentor, and life coach who'll give you the tools you need to succeed so you overcome the barriers that you and others put in your way. I've worked with a diverse range of people by helping them increase their self-esteem through the support I received from organizations such as Wirral Mind and The School for Social Entrepreneurs where I graduated from as a fellow on the Innovators for Health program.
What others say...
"I would recommend Lynn as a supportive and skilled life coach with an empathetic approach which has enabled to develop the capacity to find solutions to issues" NM - London
" Creative way of thinking about my life and where I'm heading" JH - Liverpool
"It inspired me and I came away feeling confident, optimistic and determined to achieve more things in my life" SH - Wirral