I support introverted wallflowers to claim space, be fun and have an epic lifestyle.
How? By by helping them heal life disappointments, release insecurities and negative self-talk. And so she is to become a more loveable, happier and peaceful mother.
Years of playing small, your self-esteem is constantly challenged. You have been labeled as shy, socially awkward, introvert, wallflower or loner. For years of putting yourself in a box, you think your self-worth means NOTHING.
You work in a job that does not inspire you because you think you are smart enough. Perhaps you're a stay at home mum and you have a sense of identity loss and worthlessness because you're not fulfilling your passions. You hide behind your shadows afraid to be seen or even voice your opinion for fear of being judged.
There is still a lot of hurt, frustrations and your worthy 'Ometer is down to a zero [maybe a 4 on a good day].
Here's the thing, you catch yourself making parental mistakes that seem to be all too familiar. How do you teach love, confidences, and courage when you feel you don’t even embody these qualities? Work with me on a deeper level on the essence of enoughness and worthiness. Not just as a mother but has a woman who has many shadows and is ready to bust with love for herself.
Hi Friend, I'm Lyn. A lifestyle Coach/Mind Medicine Mentor + my girl crush is Ruby Rose.
I'm not perfect, my home is always messy coz I'm a terrible housekeeper... I mean housewife, a wallflower at social events but I'm a loyal friend and I enjoy dancing like Elaine on Seinfeld.
Alright, so, you're a good mum, but you feel like you are not good enough. You feel resentment + worries as your childhood days as a wallflower has effected you. You look into your child’s eyes and you see yourself or who she might grow up to be …and it’s a bit scary. You don’t want her to become just like you. Low self-esteem, unconfident and unsure of herself.
In my experience, a lot of who we become as adults stems from our childhood or a life experience that our subconscious bury. We have a great responsibility as mothers, we need to heal our own childhood hurts, embrace all of who we are and become the loveable, happier + peaceful mother.