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Awaken the Goddess
 

Woman

No being can love deeper

No being can nurture greater

No being is more healing

No being is more forgiving

No being is stronger

No being is more vulnerable

No being has so much strength and vulnerability at the same time.

No being makes life more beautiful

 

Woman, giving yourself to anyone who sees you as less is an injustice to the world... and yourself.

- Denver Harris

Denver Harris
Certified Life Coach | Hypnotherapists| Public Speaker

My Love, My Passion

 

Who is that beautiful woman?

Who is that beautiful woman on the right of this article? It is YOU!

 

You are a Goddess

You say you don't look that beautiful? Not that sexy? Not that confident? 

Oh, yes you ARE. That is the essence of you! Society uses someone like that as a representation of beauty, or sexiness, but it is only a visual representation.

 

Just as letters are not really words, and words are not really feelings. They are only things we use to covey those thoughts and emotions. And just like there are many words to convey the same feelings, there are many representations of beauty. Society attempts to create a universal image to represent beauty, so all can understand the sentiment, just as we use a few of many choice words to do the same. The beautiful woman to the right is only one universal image to attempt to define beauty. But there are many, many words and images to convey that sentiment.

But sadly, many people forget that it is only a visual of what we mean when we say we see "Beauty". That look is in no way the only look of beauty. Beauty comes in countless forms, and THE most beautiful thing in existence... is the essence of woman. THE more powerful thing in existence is... the essence of woman. And that is who you are, as much as every other woman that exists, and ever have existed. The body and personality you are, is only a shell built around that essence. It does not in any way change the core makeup of who you are.

My heart hurts for the goddesses who have no clue of their power, because they get lost in the false constructs of this world. Whether you are overweight, have abnormal body portions, are ill, are handicapped, are mentally impaired, your essence is exactly the same as every other woman in existence.

When you connect with your femininity, you are all things. You are sexy, you are intelligent, you are nurturing, you are confident, you are powerful, no matter what your physical limitations, or how far your shell, or avatar if you will, falls short of the false construct of what beauty is.

 

Femininity is POWER

Vulnerabilty is POWER, not weakness. It is a great dichotomy. The strength in masculinity is to SERVE femininity. When you realize this, there is harmony between the masculine and feminine energy. They together are in harmony as one powerful force, and your part of that force is LOVE. The most powerful energy in existence.

 

When you realize your power, you will no longer be a victim. You will no longer feel inferior or weak.

My mission is to help you rise up in your power, and awaken the Goddess within.

If you don't feel like a Goddess, you struggle with self-worth, self-esteem, abusive relationships, always choosing a bad partner, sexual suppression, guilt, lack of confidence, and you want to step into your power, I have programs that can help you. 

Setup a FREE COURTESY CALL using the form near the bottom of this page, and let's see if they might be a match for you.

WOMEN WORK AND CAREER ISSUES

Most of us spend more time at work than at home, therefore the workplace should be an environment where we feel safe and comfortable. However, because work is where a bunch of different personalities, communication styles, and worldviews gather around, things don’t always go smoothly. In fact, workplace bullying is on the rise and though statistics vary, some studies reveal that nearly half of all American workers have been affected by this problem, either as a target or as a witness to abusive behavior against a co-worker.

Examples of common workplace issues include:

  • Poor job fit
  • Mental anguish
  • Sexual or verbal harassment
  • Discrimination
  • Low motivation and job dissatisfaction

 

PARENTING AND FAMILY ISSUES

The number of situations associated with parenting and families is endless, but common conflicts can include in-laws sticking their nose your relationship, difference in opinion when it comes to raising children, and even trauma, such as domestic violence, or alcohol and drug abuse. It can be challenging to watch family members struggle, and in most cases, you may not know how to resolve the problem. Seeking support from a mental health professional can help parents and families develop acceptance and skills to repair relationships that may seem unsalvageable.

Other parenting and family issues may include:

  • Being a single parent
  • Divorce
  • Infidelity
  • Problems caused by divorced parents entering new relationships
  • Fewer opportunities for parents and children to spend time together
  • Deployment

Parenting and family issues are oftentimes intertwined. Treatment methods vary and will depend on an individual or family situation. The healing process may focus on improving communication between family members, as well as finding healthy ways of resolving a conflict. Setting clear boundaries and communicating effectively as a parental unit can set a good example for your children and/or your spouse. If a child is suffering from a genetic disorder or a mental health condition, these are topics that can be addressed with family or individual counseling. Couples counseling is effective at supporting parents in child-rearing.

 

You don’t have to face parenting and family challenges alone. Seek help from a qualified therapist or a professional support group to gain some much-needed perspective that will allow you to effectively work through the problems at hand.

IF YOU ARE IN A DANGEROUS DOMESTIC ABUSE SITUATION, PLEASE SCHEDULE A COACHING CALL AND IN THE "WHAT AM I DESIRING FROM THIS CALL" SECTION, INCLUDE THE SECRET CODE:

 " I WANT TO LEARN TO PLEASE MY MAN." AND I WILL ARRANGE A DISCREET CALL TO HELP YOU GET OUT OF THAT SITUATION.

EATING DISORDERS

Body image is the mental representation that one creates in their mind, but it may or may not relate to how others see an individual. The skewed view that someone has of their body is a culprit affecting people across the globe, where ethnicity, culture, gender, and age may all fall prey to it. According to ANAD (National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders), about 30 million Americans suffer from some sort of eating disorder. Eating disorders hold a record for having the highest mortality rate when compared to other mental illnesses; someone dies of an eating disorder every 62 minutes.

 

Types of Eating Disorders

There are copious numbers of eating disorders and, unfortunately, the statistics mentioned above don’t begin to scratch the surface. Here are few examples of eating disorders:  

  • Anorexia Nervosa: People reduce the amount of energy intake required for their weight, age, gender, development and physical health.
  • Bulimia Nervosa: Individuals consume large amounts of food, and then induce themselves to vomit to stop weight gain.
  • Binge Eating Disorder (BED): Eating large amounts of food in small periods of time.
  • Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) 14: Children are not just finicky when it comes to this disorder, but they become malnourished because they restrict themselves from eating certain foods.
  • Diabulimia: People with Type 1 diabetes purposely underuse insulin to control their weight.

Treatment Methods

Like other mental disorders and illnesses, care should involve a diverse team of experts. It’s recommended that professional caretakers include the following:

  • Psychologist
  • Psychiatrist
  • Social worker
  • Nutritionist
  • Hypnosis

Primary care physician

Due to the severe toll that eating disorders may have on an individual’s physical health, psychological therapy is not enough. It’s also important, if possible, to incorporate family therapy and support groups. Family-Based Treatment, according to NEDA, is a method used for patients who are minors.

In severe cases, inpatient care may be necessary; the person suffering from the eating disorder will be hospitalized or placed in residential care.

If you or someone you care about is suffering from an eating disorder, call the helpline now at 1-800-931-2237. An eating disorder is a serious medical and health concern that needs to be addressed as soon as possible.

 

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He does not judge.  He listens.  He observes.  He cares.  

 

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