The goal of this section is to provide you with resources that have helped me get better.
Let’s percolate on that for a second: they have helped me get better, not just feel better.
Understanding the difference is majorly important, as we human beings have a tendency to overlook what will help us out in the long haul by distracting ourselves with stuff that feels better in the moment.
The fear of change keeps us from trying things that will help us heal.
Change isn’t comfortable. There are many things I’ve done on my journey towards healing from addiction, anxiety, and depression that haven’t felt good, at all.
Case in point, therapy. Facing all the parts of myself I’ve been ashamed to face my entire life has been really uncomfortable. Straight up, it flat-out felt fucking terrible at times.
While it didn’t feel good while it was happening, the results have been profound, i.e., made me better.
You might find some of the resources I share with you in this section pretty tough to work through, just as I do, depending on the day.
If that is the case, I want to assure you that an emotional response is a good sign: it means you’ve touched on something that needs to be addressed.
I believe in the books, worksheets, products, and courses I share in this resource section, and their ability to act as catalysts to change and emotional healing.
They have helped me and I believe they can help you, too.
Please note that unless otherwise stated, I am not making money off your mouse clicks. This is just me wanting to help you get better.
If you have questions about anything you see please email me at email@example.com. I’d love to hear from you.
I also share even more resources in my weekly newsletter, so feel free to sign up below.