I help successful women prioritize their happiness - without being selfish or thoughtless of others. Ready to treat yourself with kindness instead of criticism? I'm the coach you never knew you needed.
✘ Going back and forth between diets and "fitness" routines, trying to get in shape but feeling worse and worse about yourself in the process.
✘ Stalking your ex on Facebook because you're afraid they're all happy and you're sitting here hopeless and miserable.
✘ Afraid to get into another relationship, even though you want one, because you don't know how to let someone in when you don't know if you even like yourself.
✘ Confused by why this is so hard for you, honestly. You're successful and everything looks good on the outside, but inside you just feel empty without someone there to make you feel good.
✓ You kindly let critical thoughts pass by without your self worth taking a hit or frantically finding a new diet.
✓ You honestly don't care if other people like you because you love things about yourself that aren't appearance based.
✓ You can confidently communicate your feelings in ANY relationship because you know it’s coming from a place of love, not selfishness.
✓ Your past doesn't stir up anger, anxiety, or hopelessness because you really believe it all helped you become who you are today (and you really like that person)
✓ You're free, really free, from wishing you were someone else.
I know what it feels like to pretend nothing bothers you, but inside you're actually falling apart.
“For the first time in my whole life someone has said it’s okay to eat things that might be “high in calories” you’ve really helped me remain body positive. You’re making a difference."
"I used to feel like I didn't belong, but now I'm more open and curious. I feel less alone. Rebekah is so helpful in helping me to find my confidence, with no judgment at all for where I'm at."
“I realized I was holding so tightly onto unrealistic ideals of what a “True Woman” should be, look like, and feel. You bring some of the hard parts of being a woman in such a modern way - it's so refreshing.”
I believe the greatest victory for feminism is realizing being confident in yourself is supposed to be easy, and everyone is allowed to do it. But erasing criticism and comparison from your thoughts? Easier said than done, right?
When I graduated from college, I left a toxic relationship. He was the only person who made me believe I was ugly, insecure, and unable to do anything of significance.
It wasn't until a few months went by that I realized just how badly my body image and confidence were destroyed. I didn't recognize myself and knew I had to figure this out.
Fast forward a few years later and I'm engaged to the HOTTEST man I've ever met - and I never feel jealous or insecure about our relationship.
I eat whatever I want without worrying about calories, macros, or points.
And between not giving a shit about what people think of me and focusing all my energy on things I actually care about (like my dogs, my business, and my family) - my life is pretty amazing!
Do you think you're really that different from me? I don't.
The only difference is - I figured out how to make peace with my imperfections and you haven't just yet.
But that's going to change because I created The Mindfulness Method so you can stop avoiding your insecurities and become the person you KNOW you're meant to be.
I developed The Mindfulness Method after a toxic relationship tore apart my body image and confidence.
This method helped me create a better relationship with my body and see value in myself beyond the way I looked.
The Mindfulness Method has 4 phases: Discover, Release, Rebuild, and Renew.
We point out what's really causing your insecurities and criticism.
Then, develop tools and practices so you can handle those critical thoughts in a healthy way instead of letting them control the rest of your day.
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