"Be who you are and saw how you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind." - Dr. Suess
What would you accomplish if you felt free to be yourself?
Would you make decisions without fearing what others might think?
Would you feel confident about being yourself at job interviews?
Would you be able to voice your feelings without feeling guilt or shame?
How would your life be different?
My name is Jennifer Shlomovich and I help people-pleasers become confident communicators, so they can live a life of freedom.
Freedom from overcomitting
Freedom from what others might think
Freedom of expression
I used to be a chronic people-pleaser who was held captive by fear and doubt for many years. I remember what it was like to be filled with guilt, shame and anxiety if I let others down. I feared making decisions on my own and felt I needed to be who people wanted me to be. I consistently compromised my own needs and believed I didn't matter. There was pressure on me to always be the "good one" and put everyone else first. This lead to me growing up believing that: