Darwin Life Coach and founder of ART Your Life Reveals How to Be Happy Alone
Your Life founder and director, Catie Kirke says the key to being in a content and committed relationship is figuring out firstly, how to be happy alone.
Often women who have been heartbroken in the past struggle with trust; trust within themselves and within potential partners... they either tend to question their own judgement when it comes to choosing a mate, or blame themselves for not being a good fit.
It’s not uncommon for women to resent their personality and quirks, or question their own self-worth after their search for a life partner shifts from months to years. According to Darwin life coach Catie Kirke, women who are actively searching for a companion without success can fall into the trap of blaming themselves for past relationship disasters, and subsequently attracting “someone who isn’t good enough” as a result of not feeling loveable.
“Often women who have been heartbroken in the past struggle with trust; trust within themselves and within potential partners. When they ask themselves, ‘why am I still single’, they either tend to question their own judgement when it comes to choosing a mate, or blame themselves for not being a good fit,” says Catie, founder and director of ART Your Life, a program designed to help women across the world learn to love themselves, their bodies and their lives. “It’s important to be clear about what you’re looking for in a partner and relationship. So many of us focus on what we DON’T want, rather than what we DO want. So given that we attract what we focus on, we attract more of what we don’t want.” www.artyourlife.com.au
Catie sees great opportunities for women flying solo, and encourages single ladies to understand how to be happy alone by valuing their time for growth and learning, nurturing other relationships and friendships and getting involved in community based activities to make connections with like-minded people. www.artyourlife.com.au
“Socialising is important for single people, especially if they’re living by themselves. Often friends and family assume that they’re off being busy and enjoying the single life, but little do they know that most nights are spent home alone,” says the Darwin life coach. “So be sure to remind people that you’re free, and would love to accept invitations, and remind your married friends that while you love to chat over a wine and a coffee, you also love to socialise in environments where there are a range of new faces to meet and get to know.
“… and if you’re still feeling lonely, get a furry friend. It’s so wonderful to come home to something that loves you. You feel loved, and it’s also great for self-esteem to nurture and care for a pet.”
ART Your Life is a program designed specifically to support and guide women on a journey of self-love. The ART Your Life approach creates inner health and happiness from the inside out. The program is fresh, real and raw, and helps women of all ages and backgrounds rediscover their appetite and passion for life.
Contact Darwin life coach, Catie Kirke to learn more about how to be happy alone at www.artyourlife.com.au.
About ART Your Life
ART Your Life helps women across the world to learn to love themselves, their bodies and their lives through a transformational ART Your Life 7 Week Intensive.
ART is an acronym that company director Catie Kirke created to convey her signature in a fun and memorable way. Catie believes that life is like a canvas, to paint and design in any way. ART stands for Activate, Reshape and Transform, which is the amazing process that the ART Your Life participants go through to create powerful and permanent change in their lives.
The ART Your Life approach creates inner health and happiness from the inside out. Specifically designed to help women of all ages and backgrounds rediscover their appetite and passion for life, the program is fresh, real and raw.
To learn more about the ART Your Life mission, and to meet the team, visit www.artyourlife.com.au.
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- Contact Information
- Catie Kirke
- Founder and Director
- ART Your Life
- (61) 1300 784 887
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