Learning to recognize when you are NOT grounded, centered and in the present is half the battle. This can be difficult to do at first, so no self judgement here! Being aware of how this shows up for you is the first step. We discuss some common signs that can give us this warning.
Believe You are Enough!
Take the Next Step
Are you struggling in your relationship?
Going through a divorce or contemplating one?
You can’t change someone else so now it's time for YOU!
You need someone to stand beside you, climb that hill with you, and help you keep going!
I get it! I have been there! I will walk with you! You CAN DO THIS!
What I do
Help women never doubt they are Valuable & Powerful
You are more powerful than you think! You can be truly happy–even if you don’t think so now. There is light at the end of the tunnel, but sometimes you need someone to show you the way. I have been there…I can walk with you and show you a better way, a way where you trust yourself, your instincts, and others.
You are strong enough! You are worth enough! YOU ARE ENOUGH!
Hi! I'm Amie Woolsey
Healing Takes Work
Realizing how much work it takes to heal or navigate life with an addict can feel overwhelming and lonely. I am here to tell you – you are not alone. There is hope and healing available, if you choose to invest in yourself.
I did not grow up thinking I would be the wife of an addict or that I would have a (now ex) husband who was unfaithful. No one prepared me for that. So, when I discovered my ex-husband’s infidelity and pornography addiction, the shock and fear were debilitating. I was confused–not knowing how I felt, or not really feeling at all. Even my faith in God wavered, and I felt shame from that.
I was left wondering what to do and unsure where to begin. I remember believing that if he would just change and get better, then I would feel better. I now understand that feeling better is not contingent on his choices, and neither was my healing.
When you have been a victim of someone else’s choices that created chaos and pain in your life. Sometimes undesirable pain, it’s understandable how it feels powerless and overwhelmingly paralyzing. Sometimes the term victim takes on a negative connotation, and so it’s a place we can often judge ourselves in.