In a world where the pursuit of elusive fulfillment often lies beyond ourselves, we find solace in the realization that joy need not be tethered to the approval of others. Our society, with its well-intentioned teachings, has led us to believe that our worth is contingent upon the applause of those around us.
In this episode, Aly shares the importance of exploring the depths of authenticity, breaking free from the shackles of societal expectations, and embracing the empowering truth that your intrinsic worth is inherent, not earned.
My guest today is Aly Pain, a Certified Life Coach and Certified Relationship Systems Coach. She reveals that seeking support in the pursuit of self-discovery and emotional well-being is not a sign of weakness.
Growing up, Aly was the smart, fun girl on the outside and a frantic, anxious mess on the inside. She spent years healing the pain of dysfunctional family relationships, including eating disorders and a suicide attempt, to break the cycle raising her own sons.
In 2006, Aly became a Certified Life Coach and Certified Relationship Systems Coach – one of only 70 people in Canada to hold both designations.
Aly’s passion is empowering parents to build healthy, respectful relationships with their teens without giving up or giving in. She’s been featured in the New York Post, ABC Nightly News and the Rachael Ray Show.
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