Shireen Boukhary Jeddah, Makka
Relationship Coach, Family Coach, Career Coach
In my journey of life, I had always this urge of finding out more about the human mind and how I can help myself and the world, overcome our anger, fear, sadness, guilt, shame.
Through this journey of self discovery of the power of the mind I have come to learn that our reality is created by our own thoughts.
Its easy said and it makes you wonder and its good to wonder..that means you are learning...now.. I will take my clients on joy rides to have them find clarity and wholeness. A journey that will help them overcome their major and minor conflicts in life...
Whether this conflict is Career, Relationship, lost identity and find their answers to all the mind talk that walks them through their daily routine.
As I have managed to help myself, my purpose in life is to help all of those who are ready to make the positive effective unchangeable impact on their lives. Guide them and lead them in the direction they wish to go and person they always wished to be...
I coach these who believe in miracles....happy day to all...may your wishes all come true like mine....it all resents with inner peace...
Throughout the sessions, I found myself doing something that I never thought I could do; caring about my well-being. I found my self-esteem growing senselessly. I could enjoy my time being alone, something that has scared me for half of my life. My anxiety attacks were no longer a dreaded daily routine. It was like I was finding myself on a whole new level; I was pouring my love into myself. I was handling situations in a way that was not obsessive, but calm and mannered. My unfathomable thoughts were clear; I knew what I wanted and what I deserved. I was so wrapped up in so many events that occurred in the past, tangled in traumas that were still pounding through my mind. Through therapeutic strategies such as ‘timeline,’ I learned how to let go of my regrets, and not let my past hold me back. I discovered how to make myself live without carrying the sadness, fear, and hurt that weighed me down so heavily. It became easier for me to breathe, it became easier for me to be happy and appreciate the little things.AK, 1st Year University Student