What was? What’s new? What’s now?™

If life is a journey, then make sure it’s worth the trip. As your coach, we’ll look at where you’re coming from (what was) and current challenges (what’s new). Along the way, you’ll probably learn profound truths about your inner child — your original self who wants to help you create the life you want, based on who you really are. Meeting is easy from anywhere in the world because I coach by phone and ZOOM, a lovely videoconferencing site. Read more about my coach approach and the Inner Child Institute here.

What my inner child wants: let me out!

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Eighteen months ago, I wrote a letter to my inner child. Come into my life more, I said. Well, she took up the invitation. Now, she wants to take over. She says it’s time to heal the early years and fully rebirth myself. <Gulp.> Anyways, here she is. See what what you think.     Hey Betty, Congrats on the life changes. …

Dads never really die

Dads never really die

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When I was 19, my 70-year-old dad passed on from this world. But since I believe that dads never really die, my relationship with him keeps growing. And we’re finally in a very good place. This is huge. After all, I spent decades wrapped in outrage, venting about the tyrant who scarred me forever. Now, I look at my faded …

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Why I’m becoming a professional coach

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This weekend, I’m in Arlington, Va. for life coach training, yay! Taking on this new role pulls together all the skills from my life journey. I only realized I was looking for coaching — when I found it. That’s why I’m becoming a professional coach.  :) The world of sports has always had coaches. But when I was young(er), other types …

Know the history Chinese immigrant women

Why the shocking history of Chinese immigrant women makes us powerful

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Did you know that a ban on Chinese immigrant women created America’s first immigration laws? Discovering this forgotten historical moment left me appalled by the suffering of the ancestors. They were singled out because they were poor, foreign and “exotic.” Learning these facts makes me more aware of the deep racism and sexism in our legal system. I’ve always felt that …