A little window into my life….
I’m a 80’s child so in short I’m known as a millennial, although I prefer to be known as the spiritually phenomenal women, what do you go by?
I’m mother to my handsome little man named Santino (can you guess what my favorite film is?? I know don’t judge me) and my beautiful little girl Ava-Isobelle.
These beautiful children of mine are my driving force, they have made me get off my ass and start to take control of my life.
When Santino came into my life almost 10 years ago I was in a loving relationship with his father, planning an amazing life together, but as you know life doesn't always go to plan.
Somewhere along the course of this plan I forgot to be me, I forgot to keep checking in with me and I stopped honoring my worth, hell at some point I didn’t even believe in my worth, as all I wanted to have was that picture perfect vision of that family I had in my mind.
And that was a dangerous plan that could only lead to disaster…
So you can guess what happened next… that’s right we went our separate ways and in true form to every stereotype of a single mom I hit rock bottom.
I felt shame, bitterness, self-conscious, broken, angry towards him and angry towards myself for putting my son and me in this position.
But In all truth what spoke louder to me was my ego and that ego was imagining all the critical judgement that other people would say to me, which by the way, did not outweigh the critical judgement I had for myself.
I have to say this went on for a good two years until one day I finally snapped, I could no longer stand the pity party that I alone danced in everyday, it was too much and so exhausting.
Day after day making excuses as to why being a single mom meant I could not have the life that I desired or that by being a single mom meant that I had to shrink in my life.
I trapped myself in by these excuse as it was far more easier than admitting to myself that I could make things happen on my own and still have a phenomenal life doing so.
Is it hard?
Hell yes, but I don’t live with those excuses no more.
I can authentically say I’m a single mom and I’m living life with me in the driving seat.
I'm not about illusions, so yes to your question, I did struggle and sometimes still do, but with my continuous development and by investing in myself, I can say today.
I am the transformational coach for moms and the founder of The CEOMOM message and my challenges are the reason why I can support you with creating the life you want.
Coaching moms is my true purpose and my divinely guided dream come true, the ability to offer intuitive coaching to mothers across the globe has become the sense to all my challenges and a great channel for the gifts I was given.
The creation of my inspirational brand CEOMOM’s is the ultimate message to all moms to, Create the life you love, Empower yourself to live that life and to Overcome the challenges that come with living your authentic best.
For all the challenges we mom’s go through in life I just wanted something we could all relate to and believe in while we create the life of our dreams.
So if you’re a mom that has hit rock bottom or a mom who just wants something better for your life, then I’m definitely the coach for you.
But If you do not get the opportunity to coach with me personally, please do remember to Create Empower Overcome in your life.
Not a Mom?
Stick with me, yes being a mom has given me the insight to successfully coach other moms. But working in corporate as a women, as an executive resolution coach has driven my reach to be able to support women who can get trapped in the masculine energy that surrounds leadership and forget their authentiity as a female leader.