After 27 years on Wall Street, my mission now is to help women rise above the chaos of the situation with their alcoholic. It’s the elephant in the room that affects so many of us, yet we’re not talking about it.
One of the best things to happen was when my ex went into rehab. It was then that I learned it was also about my recovery. In unraveling my story and working to deeply understand the “why”, I found a legacy that previously I had only glanced at and certainly hadn’t acknowledged. Four generations of women in my family have been deeply affected by living around this disease.
I share my story because I don’t want anyone to feel as alone as I did for so many years. I don’t want women to be brought to their knees and feeling like they have no options before they reach out.
I understand the underlying chaos that tears families apart, often without us realizing the full extent of the emotional damage. Often because so much of the focus is on the drinker.
Prior generations had few choices. They were told to tough it out, not talk about it.
I now help women, like you, free themselves of the madness; to rise above it and find hope, peace, and joy. I believe there should be no shame in giving a voice to your story, and in giving them a voice you can finally break free. You can clear the energy passed from prior generations and claim your power to break the cycle of silence and shame.
It’s time to claim the greatness of who you’re meant to be.
I've always had the keen ability to get to the root of an issue, while also seeing how it fits into the bigger picture. Seeing the forest through the trees, if you will. It served me well in my prior life on Wall Street. It serves even more deeply now, in helping my clients hone in on what's underneath and to see how it connects to their bigger picture.