I always thought that Life coaches were wannabe psychologists who couldn’t afford to go to school to earn a doctorate but I learned that I was so wrong.
I was introduced to my Truth Coach when one of my daughter’s friends was having a birthday party. I normally don’t like to socialize with other parents because I always feel like I don’t have anything in common with them. But on this particular day, I decided to step out of my comfort zone.
During our discussion she revealed to me that she was going to volunteer during the holidays. This freaked me out because days before I was thinking how I wanted to start volunteering with my daughter. We exchanged numbers but before that she invited us to her holiday party at her house. Yet again, I was hesitant fearing that I wasn’t going to enjoy myself. In reality, I was afraid of meeting new people.
To make a long story short, I ended up going and met a lot of people including other Life coaches. I was in my element especially since I’ve been seeking people like those I met that night. I want to be able to be myself without any inhibitions and fearing that people will judge me. I was the loudest I had ever been singing (more like yelling) karaoke and openly sharing my personal story to complete strangers. The more they accepted me the more Free that it allowed me to be.
This past weekend, I hung out with my Truth Coach and some more of her friends. By the end of the night she offered her services to me and I accepted. What I learned is that I was slowly Letting Go of my past and accepting my Truth. One of my Truths is being a very controlling person. It has held me back from being my True self. Trying to control every area in my life was suffocating me and I didn’t know it until now.
I feel like I can breathe easier. I see things more clearly. I have opened myself to new experiences and new people. I’m entering a new path in my Life and there’s no turning back.
Written By: Maxx