Hey There Beautiful!
There's a reason why you were guided here...
It's time to stop putting your self-worth in the hands of other people
Life is better
when you love yourself
I'm Katherine (and that adorable ball of doggy goodness is Luna). If you're like me, then you're a very loving, caring, giving person - who maybe needs to learn how to offer more of that love, care, and generosity to yourself. You help others, sometimes to the point of bleeding yourself dry. You do for others, often without having much of anything done for you in return.
You're tired of this status-quo.
You long to feel worthy in your own skin, full of confidence, curiosity, and the joy that comes from (re)connecting with the truth that you are worthy and always have been.
You are enough.
You always have been enough.
Isn't it time you felt like it?
Self-love may seem like a trendy buzzword, but it is actually the foundation you need to build your life upon that not just feels like you're enough, but also you to know deep down in your soul that you are enough.
I know change can be hard, but it is possible.
I grew up with a narcissistic mother intent on shaming me into becoming her own little doll she could hold up to others for praise. A neurodivergent female in a world that just doesn't 'get' me, I dropped out of high school as soon as I legally could. I then spent the next 23 years in two abusive marriages.
Because my childhood taught me that love is full of drama and confusion and suffering.
It took me many years of study, therapy, prayer, and meditation to unravel those messages enough to begin to love myself. I left my abusive marriage, moved to a new town, and began crafting a life built on my belief that "Love is the answer, at least for most of the questions in my heart" (Jack Johnson).
That was over 11 years ago.
Since that June day I told my ex it was over, my life has changed in so many ways:
I have earned my B.A. with a dual major in Psychology and Creative Nonfiction.
Curated friendships that nurture and encourage my growth and joy.
Met and married the love of my life, a human who is as committed to their healing as I am to mine.
Most importantly, I've learned how to have the most loyal, passionate, and fun romance of my life - with myself.