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The secret's out — you're not managing your mother-daughter trauma well.

For decades you've kept silent, claiming loyalty as your strength, but the pain of being your mom's punching bag is tearing you apart.

 

And even though you think no one can tell, everyone notices.

 

IN THE PRESS

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Now, pretending everything's okay 

is your specialty.

And you don't know how to advocate for yourself at work, or articulate your needs to your partner, or tell your friends how much it bothers you that you're their go-to but have no one to go to.

You're ready to do whatever it takes to shift the culture of your life and to make sure your daughter never has to suffer like this.

You want more out of life than the accomplishments you hide behind.

But respect, traditions, and fear of the "But that's your mom" posse have caused you to shrink so small you can't even envision the version of you who will get it.

You've tried speaking your heart to your mother, hopeful that being vulnerable and sharing how much you desire a deeper bond with her would fix things.

 

Unfortunately, all she did in return was lash out on you and remind you that she did the best she could and you didn't grow up nearly as bad as she did.

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"I feel affirmed about creating distance with my mom."

For years, I've had lingering anger and resentment toward my mom's emotional absence and manipulation and have needed to process my relationship with her and figure out how to proceed and protect my mental health. Coming here has made me feel less alone and more affirmed in my decision to create distance with her. 

SERVICES

We offer three curriculum-based healing programs custom designed to lead generational cursebreaking women with mother-daughter trauma on a strategic journey of forgiveness and internal reconciliation, that frees them to become better leaders, friends, partners, parents, & Believers. 

  • Our individual therapy is for women with complicated or nonexistent relationships with their mothers who are ready to identify the ways unresolved mother-daughter trauma is impacting their lives, and to gain control over those manifestations and build more satisfying realities. 

  • Our mother-daughter therapy is for dyads seeking a safe, structured space to practice accountability, establish common ground, and experience reconciliation.

  • Our  1:1 business mastermind  is for entrepreneurs who are mostly or completely estranged from their mothers and want to release resentment, issue forgiveness, enhance their relationship with God, and turn their pain into profitable purpose. 

YOU'RE A PERFECT FIT FOR OUR SERVICES IF YOUR MOTHER-DAUGHTER TRAUMA MANIFESTS AS:

PEOPLE PLEASING

You put other people's needs and wants  before your own (including your mom's)

CO-DEPENDENCY

You only feel "loved" or needed when you're finding and fixing other people's problems (including your mom's).

SELF-SABOTAGE

Your self-defeating thoughts lead you to act in ways that hold you back and prevent you from reaching your personal goals.

You overexert yourself in relationships because you fear if you don't "do the most," you'll be replaced.

ABANDONMENT ISSUES

TRAUMA GHOSTING

You expect the worst and tend to get suspicious when things are going "too" well.

You go out of your way to avoid confrontation because you don't want people to be upset with you (including your mom).

FEAR OF REJECTION

TOXIC FRIENDSHIPS

SURVIVAL INSTINCT ACTIVATION

You take flight, lash out, or become completely paralyzed when you're triggered.

CYBERBULLYING

POOR BOUNDARIES

You over-commit to everyone and everything (including your mom) and often find yourself burnout and wishing you knew how to say "no."

SELF-SILENCING

You repress your feelings and appear outwardly agreeable even though you're usually angry and resentful.

HYPERVIGILANCE

You're constantly on alert for hidden dangers in relationships because you're used to things going wrong.

ISOLATION

You fear being judged and misunderstood, so you keep your most vulnerable thoughts and feelings to yourself.

You feel numb more than anything else and can cut people off easily and without remorse, 

EMOTIONAL DETACHMENT

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