As women, many of us have bought into the cultural narrative that we have to be everything to everyone and put everyone else’s needs before our own. That comes at a cost however, and far too often it isn’t until we experience crisis that we realize, that isn’t sustainable. During my conversation with Suzette Shahmoon, she shares how it took being hospitalized before she realized that she needed to reclaim her life as her own even while caring for a sick husband and four amazing girls.
Suzette lives in London and works part time as a cognitive hypnotherapist supervisor and is currently halfway through her PhD in neuropsychology researching wellbeing. When asked how does she reconcile these different aspects of her work, she realized that they all focus on one central theme: connection. People connect best with others and their environment when they are connected to themselves and vice-versa.
Renowned speaker, international trainer, and resilience expert, Pegah Kadkhodaian, believes whole-heartedly in the transformative nature of resilience. Over the past 20 years, she’s cultivated a holistic approach to coaching, blending cutting-edge techniques and complimentary philosophies to inspire a completely new way of being in the world. By guiding clients toward their inherent gifts and inner wisdom, Pegah unlocks the profoundly resilient nature written deep within us all.
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