F*ck all this anxiety, you're here to help people.
My hunch is that you're a purpose driven entrepreneur, mentor or visionary with a message for the world, or feel called to be, but it's hard to focus because you're getting slammed by the early sobriety emotional rollercoaster and intense anxiety.
You're here to make a difference.
You fee uncomfortable in your skin and in your soul because you're not being authentic. People look up to you but you don't feel up to it, you feel like a fraud. Ug, then there's the caring too much about what other people think of you...
Maybe it doesn't have to be so hard.
You're on a mission and desperately wanting the intense feels, loneliness and that annoying imposter syndrome to get out of your way so you can feel at ease and confidently show up in your purpose work.
You sense there's a way through.
You know there must be a path to feeling calm and aligned internally. And you're committed to doing what it takes to get free. You want to become liberated from the intensity of your inner world, which means you must go inside...
It's like a jungle in there, I'll be your guide!
Hello divine soul, I'm Kirsten.
Maybe you're like me and you've been pretty aroused since the womb. No, no, not like that.
I'm talking about the uncomfortable and unwanted arousal that rears its ugly head, especially the first year (or five!) of sobriety, leaving you emotionally overwhelmed or crying on the floor with anxiety through the roof while wondering, will it ever stop?
Perhaps you're an empath.
You're super sensitive, neurodivergent or endured big T traumas. And the old way of numbing out your unwanted arousal with booze, cigarettes, benzos, food, shopping, sex, people, did calm your inner world for awhile, but...
Addictive behaviors become oppressive.
They numb out your vibrancy, kinda like they snuff your spirit out. Plus it's not sustainable, the temporary relief leaves you craving more. And you don't want to be a slave to anything — you want to be free.