Words From Clients
Thank You for helping me. As I walked from your office to my house after we talked, I felt good. Better than I’ve felt in a long time. I went into my house and said to my wife that I woul go with her the following night to the dinner that was planned with her new chairman and other Doctors she works with. I knew it was important to her.
As I explained to you during ourconversation, I have been unable to socialize for the past month or so (evenmissing my high school reunion) because of depression suddenly blind-siding me.
The past few years were difficult, but I was cleared four months ago only to be hit again.
As we talked, and I say we, because you brought out of me wonderful experiences when growing up; things I had not said or related to anyone. You allowed me to open up by your sincerity, I could see it in your eyes, and in the questions you prompted me with.
I not only went to the dinner party, I participated in most of the conversations and had a good time. My wife did too. She was happy that I was making my way out of this malady.
What I took away from our meeting was that I HAD A CHOICE! It was mine to make. I am in control of myself, nothing outside of me can effect me unless I choose for it to do so - misery or happiness. Depression is a result of a wrong choice. I must recognize it in its disguises.
I would like to express my endearing gratitude for the professional yet highly personalized life coaching you have been providing me.
You sweet woman, I am in your debt. That Sunday angels session with you in the Mountain House is a treasured memory of that month long journey. With your help I turned a huge corner in my life, and I am very grateful.
For most of my life I have struggled with the fallout from being abandoned by my father. This occurrence colored my life in a variety of ways from my relationships with men to my opinion of myself and my value as a human being; in life; in marriage; in my career, etc. In one session with you supporting my Option Process inquiry I experienced a shift that made me forever the hero of the story instead of the victim. This was not just a temporary improvement in my thinking but a shift in consciousness that was deep and visceral and permanent. Jackie, I can never thank you enough for this gift. I intend to continue with you and the work you do to “clean up the corners” of any debris that keeps me from choosing to be happy every day of my life.
I have personally had the honor to work with some of the folks you introduced to the Institute from your Unity Church. You helped populate one of our HOW programs with 14 sweet folks – according to the HOW teachers, they got involved, they contributed, some challenged themselves and, hopefully, learned and grew in beneficial and lasting ways.
Thank you for taking the time to meet with my class and share the importance of Stress and how it can affect you and your business.
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