Hi! I’m Melissa, and I’m here to give you permission to be who you were made to be.
I know, I know. Being yourself? It sounds like no big deal—and yet, somehow it’s actually kind of terrifying.
Being who you really are, listening to your heart, having hard conversations, following your intuition, making life changes: these aren’t easy. They’re all hard things, and hard things are scary.
Okay. That’s cool. So let’s get you the tools you need to be brave and do hard things.
Because if we don’t face the hard stuff, we end up walking around feeling like we’re hiding behind some socially acceptable mask. Like we’re pretending at our own lives. We feel invisible. Or inauthentic. Out of integrity.
That is a life half-lived, friends, and we are not here for it.
So let’s get back to the truth of who we are.
Let’s start with this:
How about we find YOU again?
You know, the you underneath all those expectations, the you behind the curtain. Let’s find THAT you again.
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Hi there! So like I said, I’m Melissa. I’m so glad you’re here, because that means we can be internet friends.
I should probably mention right up front that I’m That Friend. The one who’s always in her head, the one who Feels All the Things, the one who cries a little more often than is strictly “necessary.” (I’m a 4 on the Enneagram, and an INFJ. What can I say?)
But I’m also the friend that reminds you to be who you were made to be, and to ditch the cranky voices in your head—the ones that sound like fear and shame and judgment.
Together, we’re going to give up on people-pleasing, and trying to meet other people’s expectations, and hiding behind masks that have started to feel like a second skin.
We’re going to freaking give ourselves permission to be exactly who we are, to say what we need to say, and to refuse to be invisible in our own lives.
There will be tea. There will be dark chocolate. There is always dark chocolate.
Mostly I want you to know this: you don’t have to do everything. You don’t have to be everything. (You actually can’t be everything.) You just have to be YOU and live like you mean it.
What are you waiting for?
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