Thank you Wendy for our three sessions.
Your coaching brought me the clarity of direction.
You helped me to go deep within to search for my own answers,
and after our sessions I felt empowered.
Our sessions made me more conscious of my limiting beliefs,
and I started seeing through them, which set me on the path to inner freedom.
Thank you for teaching me to become more conscious on daily basis.
Diana Bekkerman, Wilkes Barre, PA
Just writing to say, Thank you very much for the coaching sessions.
It was INCREDIBLE. My mind is stable and peaceful -
more clarity for setting my goals this year.
I’ve decided on an online Life Coaching Course from Oxford College, commencing today.
With time, I’ll need a Personal Coach/Mentor, so i’ll be delighted to work with you.
Stay Blessed, Belinda
My heartfelt gratitude to you again for all your help and insights.
I feel so much lighter just getting ready to stop scattering my
energy all over the place and to commit to getting organized of clutter;
With Love Michele
January 07, 2010
I would like to thank you and let every one know how grateful I am
for all the help that I received from you. The way Wendy guided me
was amazing, she helped me to see with more clarity what I really
wanted, and how to map out my desire in a way in which I can clearly
come to the most minor detail. Her knowledge in the law of attraction
and the way that she coached me in how to approach the universe
were of great help to me. I’m extremely greatful for everything that she
has done for me an I will recommend her to my friends and family.
Thanks to Wendy my awareness into the law of attraction has grown
100%, and my approach is now more clear.
Wendy is very knowledgeable and clear in her delivery,
she makes you see with clarity the things that you are looking for.
Thank you for letting me accomplish so much in such a little amount of
Thank you very much, my very best to you and yours, Jose
One of the most amazing gifts from the Universe that I manifested was a coaching session with Wendy. In the first hour, she helped me to see and FEEL clearly what my passion is, and to actually BELIEVE that I could turn my passion into my very own business! (When I started the call, I had very little clarity and even less faith that I could change my job of 17 years to an exciting new business venture.)
Thanks to Wendy’s guidance and intuitive coaching, I now have effective tools to help me stay on track (the FUN track); techniques to get unstuck when I lose faith; a tolerant, easy-on-myself way to accept what I´m feeling and go at my own pace; and best of all… a most practical action plan to stop procrastinating and move step by determined step towards my goal. What a blessing! Thank You Universe!
THANK YOU WENDY! **Penny
Wendy’s Daughter Wrote:
I don’t know how to put into words how I felt the day my parents sat me down to tell me they were separating. I think for a child, it is hard to understand why this happens or how it will affect them. I never saw it coming as my parents were always so happy around us, we were your typical family who went camping on the weekends, sat for dinner every night and always seemed to laugh no matter what we did. That is how I want to remember my family.
Children have questions, a lot of them as I am sure many parents know. When my parents got divorced I took it really hard, I remember the nights crying myself to sleep and my mom lying next to me. I look back at that time now and cannot imagine how my mom felt. I needed my mom more than ever when my parents separated. I needed her to answer my questions, help me understand and to let me know that everything was going to be ok.
Having someone to talk to openly is something I wish for everyone. My mom is that person. My mom was always there for me, always willing to stop what she was doing to listen. She set aside time everyday for just her and I. We would sit in the hot tub at night and just talk , and I loved that special time together. It was our place to open up and share our feelings, a safe place, a comfortable place.
One of the biggest things that I have learnt from my mom is communication. I am able to discuss my hopes and dreams, my fears and disappointments with someone I trust. Never is there judgment, only suggestions and that is what makes it so comfortable. Listening is not easy, especially when you don’t agree with what someone is saying and I am sure my mom has not agreed with all my decisions, but they are mine and mine to learn from. My mom was not there to stop me from falling down, she was there to help pick me up and dust me off.
Thank you Mom, for always being there, you have made me the person I am today and I am so very grateful to have you in my life, not only as my Mom but as my best friends…I love you.
Wendy’s Son Wrote:
I was 9 yrs old the day my parents called my sister and I into the living room to tell us they were no longer in love and wouldn’t be living together any longer. I had never even seen them fight. I remember crying in the backseat of the car watching my father fade in the distance as my mom drove my sister and I away.
The memories I have of my childhood prior to the divorce are all great, we spent summers camping, riding bikes and going to the beaches, while the winters were filled with skiing, crafts, games and spoiled Christmas’s. The last thing in the world I ever thought of was my parents divorcing.
Through it all we we’re blessed to have two parents and six Grandparents who were exceptional at showing us love. We were always treated as though we truly mattered and our parents spoke to us openly and honestly which created a bond and a trust that exists today. I honestly feel I can talk to them about anything on my mind and for that I’m thankful.
As you get older you realize life isn’t perfect, we all just want to do the best we can with what we know and what we know is what we’ve learned from our teachers and peers but most importantly our parents. Divorce exposes parents to their children, for the first time they don’t have all the answers to the questions we need to know.
As I reflect back on my childhood as I often do I wouldn’t change a thing. I wouldn’t have wanted my parents to stay together for us and pretend to be happy or provide us with a false sense of what love really is. We’ve all made it through alive and I think we’re better off and closer for it.
I love my Mom more with each day and am so proud of the woman she’s become.