People always ask me why I became a life coach in Pittsburgh. I am passionate about helping people, and I think that comes from my difficult childhood. After 10 years of study, I could see that it wasn’t just me; too many people were suffering the way I had and I felt an immediate need to help others.
March 3rd officially marks “I want you to be happy day.” This holiday was created to encourage people to generate happiness for themselves as well as others. This day is a great oppourtunity to do good deeds for others. It comes at a perfect time! A poll named the “happiness index” released by the Harris Poll in 2016 shows that approximately 31% of Americans reported being happy. That is 1 in 3 Americans reporting that they are very happy. As a life coach, I think those numbers can be better!
What if you could overcome your biggest struggle and you could do it in hours instead of years, months or even weeks? Stress, anxiety, fears/phobias, depression, weight loss, smoking, addiction, procrastination and even self-confidence issues are commonplace. Most people believe they either have to “just live with it,” use medication to mask the symptoms or engage in long-term therapy to overcome them. Rapid Transformational Therapy can help.
Most of us are well aware of the major sources of stress in our lives- money problems, in-laws, hectic schedules and unreasonable bosses just to name a few. However, many of us are largely unaware of the chronic stressors and low-grade challenges that don’t necessarily overwhelm us in the moment. Little things can add up to big things and underlying stress is a prime example. It isn’t uncommon for people to report feelings of agitation and even anxiety, but not be able to definitely pinpoint the source.