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How do women find their voice when a major life shift gives them a jolt? 

How do women find their voice when a major life shift gives them a jolt? 

How do women find their voice when a major life shift gives them a jolt? 

 

Some women continue with their life path reaching what they believe to be the ‘normal’ level of happiness without reaching fulfilment until that life shift happens out of the blue.

Others, follow their gut instinct, become attuned to what feels like the next right move for themselves and create that shift for themselves. Some never find their voice and stay invisible, believing they are not worthy of anything better.

“It’s ok to be afraid. But don’t get stuck there. Have the courage to start again.”

I have experienced several events which have been pivotal to me wanting to help women find their voice through the work I do. A train crash (I was in the carriage that concertined – a very traumatic event); also I’ve experienced redundancy; unexpected medical diagnosis in the family that was potentially devastating.

Each and every one of these events have given me the opportunity to find my own voice, change my mindset around fear, to embrace challenges not as obstacles but as doors of new, wonderful opportunities.

“One of the most courageous decisions you will ever make is to let go of what is hurting your mind and your soul.” Brigitte Nicole

Above all these events have taught me to no longer be afraid. To spread my wings wide and allow me to fly and follow my dreams. Through my own overwhelm I have found a purpose and passion to support women in Dreaming, Thinking and Playing Big.

I believe that no one should become invisible

I believe that everyone is unique. Life is a gift and we should all ask ourselves the question whether us being born has made a difference to this world? We all have our own struggles and some choose to suffer silently which impacts on their self-belief and confidence. I believe that no one should become invisible, and that each and every one of us has greatness within us to create the change we looking for to live the beautiful life we all deserve..

“This is the part when you find out who and how strong you are.”

In my one-on-one coaching, provide my clients with skills to handle/resolve conflict or  I support the client in working through a particularly difficult or complex conflict 

(to turn a contentious issue into a driver of growth and creativity). Complex situations like divorce: a coach will help you practise good judgement to separate the emotions from the legal aspects of divorce; to prepare the client’s mindset for that first mediation meeting; to create an action plan together that is solution orientated.

Coaching also identifies patterns of behaviour and thinking that are unhelpful to resolving conflict and starts the process of reframing these limiting patterns to more positive ones to begin building constructive, problem-solving approaches

Another key area that coaching can help is in promoting self-care. How you feel about yourself will make all the difference as to how you handle the whole process of divorce.  A coach will help a client to grow a positive mindset to keep them focused on their Best Self, to help a client grow in inner strength, resilience and confidence to help them deal with the challenges and fears during this difficult time. The coach will work with the client to be less reactive in meetings (to let the anger go), be more responsive, a better decision maker and communicator throughout this divorce process.

A key area that I focus on with clients dealing with divorce or difficult co-parenting relationships, is in helping a client to set boundaries, to get their emotions in order ready for that first meeting with their partner when facing mediation, for example. 

The work we do together shifts a client’s feelings of guilt, pain and fear –  to transform pain into power, to rebuild a client’s self-confidence and self-love. To separate the emotions from the ‘business’ side of divorce (essential – since divorce brings so many emotions to the surface.)

All coaching is confidential and is carried out in a safe, non-judgemental, supportive environment  The coach will never tell a client what to do. The client sets the goals and agenda. A coaching contract can be as short as one session, an ongoing relationship or a series of meetings targeted at specific goals/events.

Ania Jeffries

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