When it comes to the helping world, there are a lot of roles that can be filled. It becomes so confusing when we look at titles like “counselor”, “life coach”, “therapy”, “transformational coach”, etc. How do you wade through it all and determine which service you are looking for? Why would someone seek out therapy … Continue reading Therapy v Therapeutic Coaching V Life Coaching
Author: Candice Jenee'
When Knowing Our Value Becomes a Boundary
We live in a world that is constantly telling us that we have to prove ourselves. Prove our worth. Prove we know what we’re doing. Prove we have the: experience, education, etc. to do what we are presenting to the world. The irony here is the biggest roles we will play in this life:SpousesChildrenParentsFriendsCoworkersEmployees These … Continue reading When Knowing Our Value Becomes a Boundary
From Therapist to Life Coach: Why I Switched and What’s Next?
Honestly, I’ve been pretty quiet around here the last 6-9 months. We made a big cross-country move, and I was trying to adjust. I was also trying to find my voice, letting the fear/insecurity take over. I wasn’t completely down for the count during that time. I also released a 31 day guided journal and … Continue reading From Therapist to Life Coach: Why I Switched and What’s Next?
Leaving Mommy-Hustle Culture Behind
Over the last several years, hustle culture seems to have permeated the world. A generation of Millennials just trying to find a place to fit and a way to survive. And, millennial moms desiring a way to be with their families while also providing for them. It has honestly become toxic to our already struggling … Continue reading Leaving Mommy-Hustle Culture Behind
motherhood reveals brokenness
The last few years have really played a big role in revealing and redefining who I am. There was a lot I thought I already knew about myself, and a lot I thought I’d already worked through, but motherhood and a global pandemic really showed me something new about myself and the world. So, I … Continue reading motherhood reveals brokenness
5 Lessons I’ve Learned in 5 Years of Running a Creative Business
I’ve technically been running business since 2011, but the first business I was in with a partner, and neither of us had any idea what the next decade would have in store for us - for our business, our families, and the dreams God was growing in our hearts. My actual self-employment journey really started … Continue reading 5 Lessons I’ve Learned in 5 Years of Running a Creative Business
An Update: Chronic Illness treatment, medication withdrawal, medical gaslighting, and choosing the right team
The last couple months have been extremely difficult around here. Some might know I’ve been trying to figure out my diagnosis (right now it’s Fibromyalgia, but we haven’t completely ruled out everything else yet). The last few months, everything has kind of come to a head, and I really want to share my story so … Continue reading An Update: Chronic Illness treatment, medication withdrawal, medical gaslighting, and choosing the right team
Self-Care Saturday: Gaslighting & Boundaries in Relationships We Want to Keep
Did you know systemic gaslighting is a thing? Especially in governments, religious bodies, and the medical field. Did you know there are generations of people and cultures around the world who are predisposed to gaslighting. They are predisposed to thinking they are being encouraging, helpful, corrective or loving when they express sentiments that may actually … Continue reading Self-Care Saturday: Gaslighting & Boundaries in Relationships We Want to Keep
Things I Wasn’t Really Prepared for as a Mom
Let me tell you, I have an amazing mom. Like, one of the best in the entire world. I also have a Masters in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family therapy focusing on kids and teens. Yet, even with all of this - great example and great education, there is just a … Continue reading Things I Wasn’t Really Prepared for as a Mom
How I Stay (Mostly) Sane as a Work From Home Mom with Chronic Illness
Being a mom is hard enough. Running a business is hard enough. Dealing with chronic illness is hard enough. I am managing to do all three - I’m convinced only by the grace of God - and I’m doing things to help myself stay mostly sane during these crazy toddler days. When I was a … Continue reading How I Stay (Mostly) Sane as a Work From Home Mom with Chronic Illness