"Through connecting with Sarah, I’ve finally been able to share my story, learn how to heal my heart and accept myself completely."
Ridden with self-doubt and carrying the burden of mistakes I’d made in my past, I was the embodiment of PSTD, anxiety, depression, anger, guilt and shame. My drinking and smoking had increased; I was getting in accidents; putting myself at risk by making hasty and reckless decisions. I was fuelled by a negative mindset, constantly overwhelmed and the emotional and physical symptoms of living in a state of permanent stress, fear and paranoia really took a hold. I wasn’t able to control my emotions and felt isolated, lonely, alienated and scared. Feeling like I had no more capacity to cope, I eventually became accustom to feeling numb & honestly thought that my grasp on reality was never going to return. My prior attempts at healing had left me ultimately deeming myself too broken to be truly pain-free or happy.
Through connecting with Sarah, I’ve finally been able to share my story, learn how to heal my heart and accept myself completely.
Sarah offers a supportive, open and uplifting space that nurtures growth and transformation. She is an extraordinary coach and mentor whose soul resonates with anyone she meets. From our first 1:1 session, I have seen myself climb from strength to strength each and every week that I dedicated myself to each practice. Her focus on changing my self-destructive thinking pattern has reformed my total attitude to living.
Not only has Sarah listened to every element of my journey thus far and has embraced my sharing of new feelings - She has given me invaluable strategies on how to overcome challenges and taught me how to welcome healing opportunities. Sarah's approach to guiding women through the growth and healing process is so real and applicable. She has taught me practical ways to maintain balance and well-being in my life, and without a doubt, demonstrates every day what it means to be a fully present, compassionate and an understanding mentor.
- Bronagh, 25