May I Be Of Service?

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Old Things Pass Away, All Things Become New

There are times in life when we may feel we have nothing left to give. Our passion for life hasĀ  disappeared, our motivation to accomplish any thing is non-existent. Whatever drive we had is completely stopped as if someone applied the emergency brake with no release button. What do we do when there is a death to our dreams, a loss of any desire?

Do we just keep moving, going through the motions to get along or survive? Although we are smiling on the outside, we are dying on the inside, as we face the fact we are not being true to ourselves. A time comes when we may need to talk to others about these experiences. Ironically, at the time we need to talk the most, it may be the time we choose to isolate and internalize our feelings and emotions.

What is buried alive stays alive. Is there something within us that needs to come to the surface to be healed? Time spent talking with a trusted friend, pastor, or a professional as myself can provide insight, encouragement, direction and hope. We all have stories to tell. Unfortunately, we all do not have someone who is willing to listen.

As a Heart Mender Specialist I am trained in multiple professions. Having been Doctoral trained in Clinical Psychology, Life Coach, Consultant, with a Masters in Counseling Psychology, IMFT, with and additional degree in Organizational Leadership, and currently teaching as a Professor of Psychology, provides a tremendously wide variety of tools and skills.

Therefore I purposefully combine and create custom made and tailored fit services for each client. This website is being created to provide a safe place for comments, with the ability to share individual thoughts that I in turn will respond. More importantly, this is a touch point for those who desire to further engage in my services through the electronic media or Skype. How may I be of help?

2 thoughts on “May I Be Of Service?

  1. Love your transparency Brenda!

    Agreed 100%: “A time comes when we may need to talk to others about these experiences. Ironically, at the time we need to talk the most, it may be the time we choose to isolate and internalize our feelings and emotions.”

    I believe anyone drawn to isolate themselves, and at the same time, realizes they really need a loving ear, will benefit from choosing you.

    A Big Girl hug!
    Donna Blevins
    Mindset Coach

    • I am glad to see your comments. Thank you for your kind words. I will be in touch with you in the other arena, and hopefully on Skype.

      BB

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