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Hi, I’m Rebecca-Monique: an ICF accredited (PCC) grief and trauma coach, and coach supervisor. My work is centred around supporting individuals through their healing and growth.
My specialist areas are grief, trauma, anxiety, depression, addiction, sense of Self (identity), boundaries and confidence. My modes of coaching are somatic (i.e. embodied awareness) and transformational (i.e. a focus on attitudes, values, beliefs, behaviours, etc.).
I have particular interests in social sciences and human-centred disciplines, including psychology, psycholinguistics, sociology, spirituality and philosophy.
I live in London, UK with my son (who is also blessed with the awesomeness that is hyphenated first names!).
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Hi, I’m Rebecca-Monique – an ICF accredited coach and coach supervisor – and these are my passing thoughts.
Do you want children or do you want to be a parent? This is a critical question to ask before conceiving.
The former requires having and the latter requires being.
To become a parent is a transformative process of both inner and outer worlds. A constant evolution.
Parenthood is an honour and a ginormous responsibility not just for another human’s physical, material and practical needs, but their emotional, spiritual and psychological needs, too.
It’s challenging to examine why we really want children, because we might discover the answer to be selfish.
Here are just a few unhealthy and problematic reasons people have children.
The items on this list contribute to why there’s so much suffering in the world. Why so much generational and intergenerational pain exists. Why so many of us live incomplete and traumatic childhoods that we spend most of adulthood trying to resolve.
I have a choice of two questions for you this week. Of course, you’re at liberty to reflect on both:
Speak to you next week. Until then be well.