My Cape is Torn

My Cape is Torn

Women have struggled and fought for a long time to become independent, and for the most part we have succeeded. INDEPENDENCE AT WHAT COST? This is especially true when you take into account that it really was a short time ago that here in America we were not...

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The Surprising Benefit of Comparison

The Surprising Benefit of Comparison

It’s time to use our comparisons for good instead of for evil. the larger issue Comparing ourselves to others is simply a symptom of a larger issue at hand.  When we are focused outward, comparing ourselves and our lives to others, it is simply because we are not...

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Giving Ourselves Away

Giving Ourselves Away

When we are in relationship with a husband, partner, or child, even though no one is directly asking us to—we start giving ourselves away. being the 'nice' girl Over time, we have become conditioned that by being the “nice” girl or that by being overly accommodating...

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The Conversations Your Kids are Never Meant to Hear

The Conversations Your Kids are Never Meant to Hear

Think of all the things you have wanted to do but didn’t.  The relationships you wished you had, the experiences you wanted to try, the words you wished you said. HOW YOUR IMG IMPACTS YOU Do you know why you didn’t follow through with any of these desires?  I do, you...

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Strengths, Gifts, and Talents ~ Oh My!

Strengths, Gifts, and Talents ~ Oh My!

As women and moms, far too often we put way too much focus on our weaknesses and not nearly enough focus on our strengths, gifts and talents.  Our self-improvement efforts come from a place of lack—the feeling of not being enough, rather than from a place of...

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INSPIRED BY…

“I can’t think of anyone who I would trust more with such intimate knowledge.

My main hesitation was being vulnerable and having to really acknowledge I wasn’t supermom and even scarier… that it was ok. I am now more confident in what I am modeling for my daughter.  I would absolutely recommend Karen to anyone who is feeling stagnant.”

-DM

“Having Karen as a coach was positive and beneficial.

I always felt more focused and uplifted after our sessions. She is incredibly warm and insightful and non-judgmental which creates a space for growth. Because Karen will gently push you to work on what you desire and offer new perspectives. Karen provided direction to my ever-changing focus.”

-Beth

“Karen is an incredibly supportive, warm and genuine person.

It was nice to have someone in my corner who was very supportive and helped me envision my next steps in creative ways. It was important to have someone who kept pushing me to work through stuff, keeping me accountable with processing my ideas and moving forward.”

-Lauren

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