In this mini-course, I cover how to accept that who you are now is what matters most. I'll walk you through why this is an important concept, the power of knowing your true self underneath as fundamentally good, and how to fully accept your self and reintegrate your lost parts for a more complete and whole you.
At the end of this course, you should be able to:
This mini-course includes videos, reading assignments, and some individual work for you to do to apply the lessons learned in your life. This mini-course is part of a larger curriculum that covers principles for living a life of well-being and happiness in more detail. You can enroll in any of the other individual mini-courses, or the complete curriculum.
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.
Life is a journey and you can make it whatever you want. By investing in this mini-course, you are investing in you and you are worth investing in you.
"Because of bad experiences in my life, I felt ashamed and guilty and didn't like myself very much. This course helped me to heal and to find acceptance. I learned I was good and that my past does not define me. The exercise was good in helping me reintegrate pieces I had broken off from myself."
Kerry is the author of the book, Principles of Well-Being: Life Lessons for Positive Change, which covers how to learn and live core principles for well-being and happiness. She is also founder of the Academy of Well-Being, a collection of online courses on various topics related to well-being, life transformation, and personal growth, particularly for those struggling with how to successfully recover from addiction or other self-destructive habits.. She is an adjunct college professor teaching courses in English Literature, Business Communications, Composition, and other topics.
Kerry conducts in-person workshops on a variety of topics from personal growth and development to business topics, such as connected leadership and well-being at work. She also shares well-being principles on her instagram channel @principlesofwellbeing. She lives in Encinitas, CA, has two children, and is also an artist.