Do you feel like you are juggling ALL the tasks every day!

The kids need feeding, the dog just threw up on the clean clothes pile and your client Zoom meeting starts in 5 minutes.

If you find yourself curbing your own emotions simply to keep life running smoothly and fight free …

You’ve come to the right place

My name is Glyn and I am here to help

Do you feel like:

♥ You go to bed every night feeling exhausted and wondering if this is it!

♥ You are doing all this alone?

♥ You have lost your enthusiasm and energy?

♥ You tip toe around your partner to keep the peace?

♥ You are playing a role that just IS NOT YOU and wonder where you have gone?

……You are not alone.

I have helped many women to go from feeling lost, stuck and struggling to feeling calm, in control and joyful in their lives and relationships.

WANT TO FIND OUT MORE ?

With the ‘Listen, Hear, Transform Kickstarter’ you’ll get:

♥ 6 x 1 hour sessions to transform where you are now to where you want to be

♥ Access to the monthly practice group to ask questions and become part of a like-minded community dedicated to improving every relationship in their life

♥ $770 for all 6 sessions – 1 on 1 support 

 

Special offer for Lucky B’s 

1 session 2 hours in total, 1 on 1  for $97 click above Lets Chat button

 

You’ll Learn

♥ You don’t have to agree

Being free from striving to get agreement as the desired outcome will help with dealing with difficult people when their actions trigger strong feelings.

♥ Self -Soothing

For those times “in the heat of the moment” when all you can think to say is that horrible honesty that you are trying so hard to hold back. You know that you don’t want to end up dealing with it blowing up in your face and you can’t think of anything nice to say.

♥ When in doubt, breathe your way out

A somatic way of dealing with pain in the moment so you don’t say things you regret later. This is a simple process you can remember in the moment of frustration to soothe your nervous system so you won’t say things you regret later.

♥ When pain blocks our ability to empathise

What to do when we are too starved for empathy to give it to others

♥ No longer seeing people as monsters or those that can hurt us

Expressing any anger fully without hurting others or regretting our words later. Dealing with the shame spiral that many women feel after they have held it together and tried so hard to be there for everyone else.

♥ When the ‘mental load’ kicks in and plays a major but undervalued role in your relationships

How to engage moment by moment, one piece at a time, so we can rekindle the compassion for ourselves and increase our energy and enthusiasm. I will help you express your needs so it will be heard and understood but most importantly; remembered.

With the ‘Listen, Hear, Transform Kickstarter’ you’ll get:

♥ 6 x 1 hour sessions to transform where you are now to where you want to be

♥ Access to the monthly practice group to ask questions and become part of a like-minded community dedicated to improving every relationship in their life

♥ $770 for all 6 sessions – 1 on 1 support 


You’ll Learn

♥ You don’t have to agree

Being free from striving to get agreement as the desired outcome will help with dealing with difficult people when their actions trigger strong feelings.

♥ Self -Soothing

For those times “in the heat of the moment” when all you can think to say is that horrible honesty that you are trying so hard to hold back. You know that you don’t want to end up dealing with it blowing up in your face and you can’t think of anything nice to say.

♥ When in doubt, breathe your way out

A somatic way of dealing with pain in the moment so you don’t say things you regret later. This is a simple process you can remember in the moment of frustration to soothe your nervous system so you won’t say things you regret later.

♥ When pain blocks our ability to empathise

What to do when we are too starved for empathy to give it to others

♥ No longer seeing people as monsters or those that can hurt us

Expressing any anger fully without hurting others or regretting our words later. Dealing with the shame spiral that many women feel after they have held it together and tried so hard to be there for everyone else.

♥ When the ‘mental load’ kicks in and plays a major but undervalued role in your relationships

How to engage moment by moment, one piece at a time, so we can rekindle the compassion for ourselves and increase our energy and enthusiasm. I will help you express your needs so it will be heard and understood but most importantly; remembered.

 This is what a recent client said after joining the Listen Hear Kickstarter:

“Hubby always avoided conflict so he pretty much avoided contact too. He would simply turn off his phone if he was late home from work. After working with you we had a massive turning point. I am so grateful there is so much less stress between us.

Finding a new way to communicate has strengthened us. When we first spoke, I was so anxious it was crippling, I haven’t felt anxious for a long time.

Knowing why people react the way they do and having a system of communicating was reassuring for me. I needed something in the heat of the moment, it took away a lot of the anxiety for me.

I started working with you by saying “it’s all up to me! But I don’t know how” then learning steps and understanding why he reacts like he does and why that triggers me was so reassuring”.

~Sandra – a participant in Listen Hear Transform Kickstarter 2019

I’ll support you with:

♥ Lifetime membership of my Online Practice Group breaking patterns of overwhelm and swallowing your words to keep the peace group

♥ In-depth practical exercises and worksheets to accompany each session.

♥ Recordings of each call together

Book a Free Discovery Call with Glyn to find out if this is a fit for you in your life

People aren’t screwed up they have just reached their limit

“Just because someone hurts you doesn’t mean you can simply stop loving them. It’s not a person’s actions that hurt the most. It’s the love. If there was no love attached to the action, the pain would be a little easier to bear.”
~ Collen Hoover