My life for the next year was filled with fear, anxiety and a complete loss of identity. This led to depression. I was in a bad place.
With the help of my family, my friends, and most importantly my own belief that life had to get better again, it did. Slowly at first, but it gathered momentum.
During this time of personal growth and exploration I discovered an inner strength that I never knew existed.
I worked out (in a round-about way) what my core needs and values are and I prioritized life accordingly.
Then my dear friend Linda recommended I join her on the journey to becoming a life coach with The Coaching Institute.
As soon as I looked into it, my heart lit up. This is where I am meant to be.
I joined up and have not looked back for a second. I love learning. My reading is slow because of my stroke, but nothing can hold me back when I'm in my "happy place" with something I really care about.