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The Eight Categories of Generative Resources

I can’t wait to share the full workbook, which will support you to expand your awareness of your resources and build your resiliency “toolbox.” The forthcoming Claiming Your Resources workbook has pages for you to fill out on your own, so you can get clear on what resources relate best to your life and your needs.

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When toughing it out alone isn’t enough

I’m here to tell you unequivocally: You do not have to work hard to earn the support you need. You don’t have to wait until you’ve exhausted every last effort. You are not in any way incompetent for needing (or perhaps simply wanting) help.

You deserve to be supported right now simply because you are human.

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You are more than deserving of support

I don’t know about you, but when I’m really invested in something I care about, I tend to develop a lot of fear around it… which more often than not, presents as procrastination and avoidance.

I used to wonder why this is. If I care SO much about something, why do I drain my energy by avoiding it for days, weeks, even months on end? It made no sense to me.

Now I know that all that procrastination and all the avoidance (and all the self-shaming that goes along with it) are trying to keep me safe.