Louise

Why it’s not selfish to focus on yourself in relationships

Why it’s not selfish to focus on yourself in relationships

I have always been a people pleaser. I couldn’t help it – it’s what came naturally to me. For some reason, I felt it was my responsibility to make everyone around me happy. I thought it was selfish of me not to care how others felt; not to try to help them feel...

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ABOUT ME

I'm Louise, and I am an empowerment coach guiding overwhelmed mums, like you, running your own online business to find the balance between being the heart of your family and the head of your business.

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