Let’s hear it for authentic womanhood.
The kind of womanhood that suggests that maybe we CAN’T do everything—at least not all at once, and certainly not without breaking a sweat.
Keeping it real.
We are born to be real, not to be perfect. Never is that more true than while navigating our way through the rumbles of relational trauma!
As you and I interact in a professional capacity, I invite you to drop any pressures of perfection—and I’ll invite myself to do the same, meeting you in a shared spirit of openness and authenticity. In my experience, that’s the heartspace where we do our best, most beautiful and most empowering work.
We’re in it together.
A decade ago, as I launched my professional work in this field of trauma-informed care, I named my business Women Ever After. I chose that name with purpose and with passion, believing (as I still do) that when women stick together, we share the capacity to write (and rewrite) powerful the endings to our stories of survival and redemption. I decided to go with with “women” (plural) versus “woman” (singular), because as much as I believe we CAN make it through anything, I’m too smart to think we can make it through all by ourselves.