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WINsday Inspiration 4/10/2024

"I love the new term so many are saying as they attempt to cope with stress, emotional pain, financial or relationship issues... "I'm just LIFEing right now...dealing with some changes."

I hear this many times during my life coaching sessions as women are navigating depression, divorce, delays, debt, drama, disappointments, sickness, loss/grief, loneliness, parenting or caregiving stress, job/home stress, and fears.

Depression can be so sneaky and hold you hostage causing feelings of sadness, worthlessness, helplessness, and loss of interest. This common condition can lead to physical symptoms, like trouble sleeping, appetite loss, fatigue, defeat, self-harm, and a negative loop of shame, defeat, and hopelessness playing on repeat in the mind. I find too many suffering in silence and isolation. The mind gets stuck in their story of hurt, victimization, poor past choices, and/or trauma. A depressed person often focuses on self-loathing and doomsday thinking which paralyzes them with fear.

There are possibilities, breakthroughs, treatments, connections, and life skills that can help prevent a critical decline in poor mental and emotional health. There are no quick fixes but definitely there are helpful and proven practices that one can begin to experience self-care, healing, confidence, faith, worthiness, and a more positive outlook on life. The good news is that once you are aware of those "slipping into darkness feelings" and have the desire to change, and gain the knowledge to change your thinking...coaches like myself support you with tools to sustain the change." - Jewel Diamond Taylor, author of "ShiFT Happens."

Watch the 2-minute video recap below from the March EmpowHER GatHERing - the rain did not stop the ladies from attending. A great time of inspiration, networking, sisterhood, and plugging into some positive fellowship, energy, and reJEWELvenation!

Dr. Jewel Diamond Taylor will be sharing some life skills for understanding and coping with depression, stress, and grief.

Saturday, April 13, 2024, 12 noon sharp,

256 S. Locust St

Inglewood, CA

No fee to attend.

RSVP required to to insure enough chairs and refreshments are provided.

Donations appreciated

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Time spent with you makes “Life-N” so much easier! Tk you for sharing the gift of YOU! 👏🏾👏🏾👍🏼💕💕


Will you ever conduct a session in the Inland Empire?

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I live in Rancho Cucamonga and used to offer sessions after the pandemic it has been a challenge to restart them. Where you do live? I've been seeking a location to restart.


Thank you so much for the news letter. I truly look forward to reading your message. The loss of my son has been unbearable, however, through your messages I am able to stay grounded with a little peace of mind.

Thank You!!!

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Oh dear Shannon. You have my sincere condolences. To God be glory for using my newsletter to offer insight and comfort. After the loss of our 38 year old son, I started grief counseling. If you would like me to call you, please email me your phone number and best time to call you (including time zone).


I enjoy your news letter, Keep doing you. Love you queen.

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