For women and moms, wellness is a hot button topic. We are constantly trying to find ways to take better care of ourselves and balance it all in the process. While there are obvious struggles like not enough time for self care, finding time to exercise and plan healthy meals, there are some not so obvious areas that many women overlook when it comes to their wellness and that is the foundation of self acceptance.
What exactly is self-acceptance? By definition it is an individual’s satisfaction or happiness with oneself, and is thought to be necessary for good mental health. Self-acceptance involves self-understanding, a realistic, albeit subjective, awareness of one’s strengths and weaknesses.
Do you struggle with self-acceptance? Don’t worry, many of us do and I had the opportunity to dive deeper into this subject with Martha Hernandez, The Startup Life Coach. Grab a notebook and get ready to take some awesome notes on how you can improve your self-acceptance and overall personal wellness.
What were your biggest take aways? How can you be more intentional with your self-acceptance? I hope this encouraged you so be sure to leave me a comment, would love to hear from you.
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Kendra Dahlstrom is a Faith-based Professional Success Coach who helps women reconnect with their God-given personal power. She created the first Life & Business Bible Study, the Live Into Your Calling Study Course, which helps students discover, fully live into, and transform their God-given Calling into a profitable legacy.
Kendra decided to start her own faith-based coaching practice so she could slowly transition from the corporate world to live a life that she loves – sharing her passion for Jesus Christ with others by serving them to discover their true power and calling.
She has over ten years of leadership development experience and five years experience leading workshops, seminars, and trainings thousands of corporate employees. She uses Life Coaching techniques through the lens of the Bible to help her clients live their Calling to Him the way he envisioned (Ephesians 4:1) as they create a powerful partnership with Him to create a life and business that prospers (Galatians 6:9).
When Kendra isn’t on a video conference or the phone with a client, she can be found playing with her children outside, in a fitness class, or quietly reflecting on the Word alone or with her women’s bible study group.