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Attention women who are in the process of healing, who want to get rid of that feeling of being out of control, overwhelmed, or confused...
You're about to discover the secrets of How to give yourself permission to feel your emotions and release the blockages that are associated with those negative emotions without the pain of feeling out of control, feeling overwhelmed, confused, and lost.
Hi, my name is Rose Jones and I'd like to invite you to attend, one of my pour-out sessions. In this session,
I'll show you:
Why your emotion is causing blockages in your life
How your unhealed trauma is affecting your emotions.
I’ll teach you how to shift your emotions from negative to positive.
I’ll show you how to love and accept in the mix of your emotions – even while feeling those tough emotion
So, if you're serious about wanting to get rid of the pain and suffering without the pain of feeling out of control and overwhelmed, BE PART OF OUR GROUP!
In this group, I will show you exactly how to give yourself permission to feel your emotions and release those blockages that stop you from healing.
…And I’m here to tell you that it is ok, not to be ok! I had to learn this the hard way.
You may be wondering a little about how I came to be here with you today.
Let me tell you a quick story about when I used to go to my car, just to cry. I believe that crying was a sign of weakness.
At the time I have just gotten out of an abusive relationship, and I was trying to find myself again.
I was struggling with expressing myself, being vulnerable and opening up about what happened to me.
And I was getting more and more frustrated with myself and scared that I will never be able to heal; that will always be that broken person that is always out of control.
Then the bottom fell out from under me when I woke up one morning, I hit my capacity I couldn’t fake it anymore, I couldn’t be strong anymore, I finally cracked open everything made me cry, I was overflowed with emotions
Which meant I couldn't do anything. I couldn’t let people see me like this. I was so afraid of what my family and friends would say, they have only known me as being that tough strong person. So, I isolated myself for about 6 months. I ignore phone calls and act like I wasn’t home. I was literally pushing everyone away.
As you can imagine, I was in bad shape and desperate, but I wasn't ready to give up on myself.
Then I hear a song by Jessie J called "Who You are". It was the first person that I heard who said that it's okay, not to be ok. So, I granted myself permission not to be ok.
That I deserve to be loved at my highest and my lowest.
That my tears don’t make me weak, my tears are valuable, and they provide me an opportunity to release build-up stress, pain, or happiness.
That I’m not the only person that can catch me when I’m falling, having the right support system around me is very important.
Because I decided that it’s okay not to be okay, I was able to:
Be free, no more hiding.
Start to let trust me and the people with the vulnerable parts of me.
Learn to express “myself” openly.
I now cry in public; my tears are a sign of growth and strength.
Most importantly I started to heal that little girl in me that had been neglected for so long.
Women who survived abuse and trauma that desires to help others heal; Also, women who are currently experiencing trauma and abuse that long to be healed and have someone to talk to about their stories. We are here to empower each other. YOU ARE ALL WELCOME IN THIS COMMUNITY!
Inside, there are also available videos and course materials that can help you be free from trauma; and vent out all your emotional wound which can be released in our no-judgment section.
“Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much.”