In this course, I cover how to let go of the past. I'll walk you through why this is an important concept, how being stuck in the past holds you back from your full potential, and ways you can let go of the past and move forward in your life.
At the end of this course, you should be able to:
- identify things in your past that are holding you back
- Work through ways to let go of the past
- Identify ways to move forward in your life
This course includes videos, reading assignments, and some individual work for you to do to apply the lessons learned in your life. You have the power and the capability of recovering your life, healing from emotional wounds, and transforming your life to something you consciously define, versus allowing outside forces, circumstances, and situations to govern your happiness and sense of well-being.
"I always had a hard time of letting go of things. I had a painful past and now I know how I have been living my life stuck in the past and that this was harmful to me in many ways. This course really helped learn how to move forward and leave the past behind."
Hi, I'm Kerry. I'm a life coach, artist, writer, and teacher. One of my biggest passions in life is around personal growth and development. And, particularly sharing my journey to how I learned to get a sober life good life through radical self-discovery and investing in learning new and empowering ways to live my life. I have witnessed and lived the profound impact we can make on our lives when we commit to personal transformation. I am dedicated to inspiring and helping you to make profound and lasting changes in your life too.
I created the Well-Being Academy to help you learn new life skills to become empowered to change your life in positive ways. No matter where you are starting, by joining this program you'll be going somewhere greater. I have two children, Anna and Noah, and live in Encinitas, CA.
Most of all, I'm a person who has walked the journey and can show you the way to getting on a better life path. I hope you will join me, Kerry