You sometimes referred to the part of yourself is “ The warrior,” the young girl who felt that she always need to fight him to be on the defensive. I share this metaphor. There’s a part of myself that dwells in fear, perceiving every tiny problem to be a crisis, every change to be a threat to my safety.
I protected myself with an emotional armor, keeping everyone at a distance, but you’ve helped me to see that though it was necessary to be defensive individual and it times, I no longer need that armor.
Today I am safe. I am okay
... and so is that little warrior girl inside.
Thank you, Sue for all you have done and continue to do for me.
Thank you for showing me that I can feel safe, even without my armor.
Love always ♥"
"Once in a while someone comes along, someone who just naturally makes everyone feel a little happier. You've been met someone to me. You've given me a new perspective on a lot of things, including myself. There are things you said to me I'll always remember and ways you've help me I'll never forget. The times we spent together are always good times and leave me looking for forward to the next time."
"Dear Sue - Thank you for all you have done for me. You have made such a positive impact on my life! ♥"
“Sue, I would like to personally thank you for changing my life by helping me get myself back! I was so lost when I first started seeing you but now I look forward to every session and my wife loves The new me or should I say the old me back. Thank you, thank you, thank you!”
Thank you from the bottom of my heart!
"Sue, I was in a pretty low place when I first came to see you back in November. I can honestly say that at that moment in time, I truly didn't care if I would ever see December. Then there was you… You have a way of getting me to look at things in a way I didn't know I could… See things in myself I never knew or believed. I had always worthy of. This journey I am on, while I know it's not over, has somehow become more tolerable, even enjoyable at times, as I discover more about who I am. I cannot think of anyone underline then I would've wanted to embark with on this crazy adventure other than your crazy ass! From the bottom of my heart, thank you! You're one groovy chick!"
Sue, I wanted to share this with you… I genuinely look forward to our weekly sessions. Each time I walk out to my car after talking to you, I feel more refreshed. You have opened my eyes to difference perspectives and I am so appreciative of that. Thank you so much. I look forward to continuing our sessions together.
Life Through My Viewfinder
I hope this finds you well. You may not remember me but I came to you a few years ago after going through a divorce and feeling that I had lost my way in life. I wasn’t proud of the person I had become and how I managed my relationships. One particularly troubling area was my relationship with my father. You taught me to ‘look at life through my own viewfinder’ versus always trying to please others. I have been trying to live my life with this mantra and I’m happy to say that my relationship with my dad has turned around 180 degrees. We have become extremely close and are continuing to make great strides to communicate and support each other. There is still a lot of work to do but I cannot explain how much our progress means to me. My father had brain surgery a week and a half ago to drain a cyst on his brain. It has been a very scary and emotional time for myself and our family. Thankfully it was not cancer nor a tumor and the doctor expects him to make a full recovery. I received wonderful news this afternoon that my dad has been discharged and is on his way home today. I still have a lot of room for improvement but the past couple of years have been amazing. I cannot express how thankful I am for all your help getting me back on track. I am grateful that I had the courage to ask for help and even more grateful that you were willing to help. I wasn’t always the easiest person to deal with but thank you for sticking with me and recognizing that I am a good person. I hope that our paths will cross again someday so that I can give you a big hug and say ‘thank you’ in person. Until that day, thank you so much from the bottom of my heart.
So glad that you are feeling better.