Building Confidence and Self-Worth with Laura Richer (Episode 97)

Today on the Joyful Living podcast I have the beautiful soul, Laura Richer, share her expertise as a dating coach, reiki health coach, hypnotherapy specialist, radio host, and entrepreneur!

We talk about why self-worth is crucial to have fun while dating, how to cultivate a loving relationship with yourself, experiencing joy on your journey to finding the one.

Here's a little bit of her story, in her own words:

"Seven years ago, I found myself single at a time in life when I didn’t expect to be. I had just ended a 10- year relationship/marriage at an age when many women think about starting families or already have them. Being single was not what I had imagined. I had always assumed that I would be settled, not still searching for “the one”.

I was born in the 1970s and married in my 20s, so I really had missed online dating all together. In fact, I had really missed dating. I was what some might call a serial monogamist, going from one long-term relationship to the next with little to no break in between. Even though it wasn’t the healthiest of practices, I threw myself back into dating unhealed and unprepared, because my natural instinct was to repeat that same pattern once again. I didn’t have a mentor or coach or even an example of how to handle dating post-divorce in my late thirties. I was just winging it, and my results absolutely reflected that....

But still, I started my dating journey. It would last for five years. At times, those five years felt unbearable. I could not understand why it was so difficult to find my person. I was successful in all other aspects of my life. I was building a business that I loved, I had great friendships, and I’m part of a supportive family. No matter how hard I tried, this part of my life just wasn’t working....

And then I finally cracked the code..."

I know you will love her as much as I do! Don't forget to check out her website or share it with a friend!

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