You finally did it. You finally made the hard decision to leave your abusive relationship that is no longer serving you. You worked so hard and sacrificed so much time and energy to create a life for yourself and your family that you whole heartedly intended to preserve. You spent years trying to figure it out as a unit, and now that you are independent and single, you know you have a lot of responsibilities you cannot leave to chance – especially since you have your children. Now what? Now you begin!
Author and life coach, Narine Tadevosyan, will take you on a journey of self-discovery by helping you address the emotional traumas that you took with you from your past traumas and relationships. She understands that it takes a significant amount of courage to take a step into the “abyss” and come out the other side scathed, but alive.
After reading The Boss of Me, you will learn how to:
-Prioritize your time so you stop spreading yourself thin
-Eliminate the toxicity that you allowed to penetrate into your life
-Parent without the guilt of “breaking up the family”
-Identify triggers that can create chaos and disarm them
-Gain back the self-confidence you lost track of throughout your relationship
If home is where the heart is, then allow yourself to experience your self through The Boss of Me.Get Your Copy
You guys. What a ride.
Now we find ourselves here.
Wherever here is. Here is the present tense of a physical or ethereal location in space and time. Here is where we can enjoy each other’s company without actually having to be there. Here is where you can feel your breath because you can finally breathe.
When I started my personal development journey, consciously, I was unaware to what I was going to experience. I did not have a guide and it had been that way since the death of my mother, where I had to figure out how to adult and hold it all together for my mother’s sake at the ripe old age of 23, fresh out of cool. Truth be told, I had no idea what I was doing, but I had no idea that I did not know what I was doing. Shots in the dark, it felt like.
My mom died, I became a newly traumatized adult, going on unguided travels, mismanaging my marriage, having children, running businesses, getting a divorce, connecting with my soulmate, running new businesses, publishing two books (and counting), raising conscious children and homeschooling them, buying 30 acres of agriculturally zoned property, finding Jesus after atheism, and coaching my clients to enhance the quality of their life by learning about their true authentic selves… has got to be the highlight reel of my life for the last 16 years. I am adding more to that reel as I live here in the now.
Along my personal development journey, I kept reading that we should live in the present moment and enjoy being here. I agree and understand more than ever that the only way to reach that bliss is to understand what is blocking any of us from reaching it in the first place. I understood that the reason why people do not find fulfillment in their lives is because they are buried under a pile of crap they have accumulated all because of fear. The road to hell is paved with good intentions. You might want to win, but winning will do everything in its power to make sure you do not win by challenging you without mercy. I have learned how to overcome the challenges by understanding what it is I am afraid of in the first place. As your coach, I guide you through this maze in your mind and alleviate the stresses that you experience because you may have no idea what it is you are really going through…and you have no idea that you have no idea.
When we connect with one another, the weight of our worries disperses and we are able to breathe, feel our feet on the ground, and see more clearly. This support is essential for healing and growth.
I honor you being here.
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What I love about this book is that it helps you to see yourself with fresh eyes, it helps you to see “YOUR PARTICIPATION IN THE DEMISE OF YOUR OWN LIFE,” without added condemnation. The bare-naked truth that many strong women face and wrestle on a daily basis. I can relate to the author on so many levels. Being the leader at work, the reasonable one in the family, the successful one that bails everyone else out, the one that listens to problems but seems to sail through life without her own. Yet, every so often, folks around her are SHOCKED when she makes a drastic change in her life. A divorce, a remarriage, a career reserved traditionally for men, where she both succeeds and fails. And still, they expect her to smile and carry on, suck it up cupcake…that’s what we tell ourselves. We are our own harshest critics, until one of us, in this case the author, steps out of the assembly line and says NO! Not anymore! I will not be abused or ignored by anyone, least of all myself, because society, or culture, or family, or any other demographic to which we belong expects it. Oh how I can relate to this book…written by a sister who really gets it, because she lived it. The part about marriage, people who stay together “for centuries” without a romantic interest. The idea of getting to know the authentic you, and then learning to love and accept yourself for who you are, as you find yourself. Part of this introspection and honesty, is recognizing your own contributions to the toxic environment enveloping you, even if it initially looks like someone else is the cause. The bare-naked honesty with yourself even lets you see that you can very well be the trigger in someone else’s mistreatment of you. This is a book about going back to the beginning, the foundation of who “YOU” are in your own eyes, and if that is not the person you want to be, it gives you many methods of affecting change in your own life – at the core of which is taking responsibility for yourself. I must add that as a one who is a Christian Life Coach, with a graduate degree from Liberty University in Christian Life Coaching, I have already been able to use this book in some of my sessions. A must read!
I have known Narine for many many years, but have I known her? Narine took this book to become vulnerable and transparent to what many women face today. At times this book had me in tears and at times gave me goosebumps from head to toe, to know the things your friend has been through is hard to take in. Many women/mothers wear themselves thin trying to please unrealistic expectations of society to their already difficult situation and self criticism of if they are doing enough. I enjoyed Nars thoughts on relationships and how respectful communication is key to EVERY relationship, as well as forgiveness. She says, there will be no quarrels if forgiveness is true! I agree! This book is a must read!
There are moments in life we often suppress all feeling or emotion of. Moments we ignore, signs we disregard, feelings we repel and hide…this is a book that will help you navigate years of unresolved emotion, inner turmoil, conflict, disappointment and anger. Frankly, I couldn’t stop crying as I turned the pages – not because it’s a tear jerker, but because her words bring to the surface all that I needed to find peace with. Must read. Take the time and read this – it will help you go direct your inner compass for finding peace through the experiences of another woman.
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