Maybe you’re not feeling supported…
Maybe your partner/ friend/ family member did something that hurt your feelings…
Or maybe there’s something inside you that’s yearning to be shared…
But for some reason, voicing your true feelings just feels so hard.
“I don’t want to hurt them.”
“I don’t want to start a fight.”
“They know what I need… so if they’re not doing it it’s because they don’t want to.”
So instead of speaking up, you hold back. You pretend everything is “fine” but in reality, you don’t feel seen, heard, or understood….
and it sucks.
It costs your happiness.
It costs your needs being met.
And most importantly… it costs you the opportunity to create real, meaningful connections with others.
By avoiding the temporary discomfort that comes with having honest, vulnerable conversations, you’re robbing yourself of the deep soulful connection and the incredible breakthroughs we’re able to have with the people in our lives when we allow ourselves to be truly seen and heard.
If you want magic, you’ve got to start speaking your truth.
Close your eyes with me for a sec and picture this…
But right now, you find yourself feeling stuck and wondering if you’ll ever be able to speak up and stop self-sacrificing or being a people pleaser.
Listen, my friend — I’ve been exactly where you are right now and I can tell you, change IS possible. It’s simply a matter of giving yourself permission to evolve… and getting the support you need from someone who’s been there.
Because the truth is, none of us are born magically knowing how to function and communicate in healthy ways. And often the examples that are modeled for us during childhood are totally dysfunctional, giving us zero idea of what the hell healthy boundaries even are, let alone how to create them.
As someone who experienced decades of codependent relationships, people-pleasing, and staying silent in order to “keep the peace” before finally learning to speak up for myself, here’s what I know:
The masterclass for women who are ready to get in touch with their truest selves and learn how to communicate with clarity in order to create healthy boundaries with themselves and with others
A NOTE FROM AMBER
As women, we’re conditioned to put everyone else’s needs ahead of our own, and over time that often results in feeling resentful and stuck in our own lives. Speaking up for yourself can feel incredibly difficult when you’re used to putting others first, but staying silent can cost you your happiness & your relationships — the most important of those being the one with yourself.
If this is resonating with you, I know exactly how you feel because I used to be a people-pleaser myself. I grew up in a challenging household and keeping everyone else happy was my survival mechanism — but once I became an adult, my instinct to always make others happy meant that I abandoned myself & my own needs. After a years-long process of unlearning and stripping away my layers of protection, I went from feeling resentful & misunderstood to speaking everything I want & need into existence and thriving in a happy, healthy relationship… and since then, I’ve helped dozens of women just like you do the same.
Don’t get me wrong: It hasn’t been easy. It takes work, commitment, willingness to be wrong and above all grace, compassion and love for ourselves and each other. And I believe with all of my heart that this is possible for you too.
Are you ready to start creating healthy boundaries?