Get To Know Me

So who am I and why should you come to me? I would say come to me because I too have had to overcome my own struggles to be here doing this job today, so I understand that it is ok to be experiencing difficulties.

 

From the  age of 19 I struggled with stress, self esteem and confidence, which ultimately led to depression. On the surface I was gregarious, confident, a fun person to be around.... underneath I suffered from self doubt, not feeling good enough, feeling I was inadequate, and as a result, always putting pressure on myself and putting my own needs last.

 

I continued to go off track for most of my life. As a mum, a wife, a daughter, my life followed a path where I got enveloped by family responsibilities and my identity got lost somewhere within. Yes I had a family life which fulfilled me, but it did not fill that desire to do more… more of what? That I didn’t know.

I stumbled through careers aside motherhood, only to find that although I had many fundamental qualities for these jobs, something was always missing. That human element. That need to connect with people on a deeper, more emotional but practical level.

 

I always wanted to help, to listen to and support people … it came absolutely naturally to me The natural progression was towards a career as an NLP Life coach and hypnotherapist.

I truly feel right here and now, I have overcome my challenges with my anxiety, stress and confidence and would like to help other people do the same. I have found my calling, and I really believe in what I do. My job enables me to help others to get clarity in their lives, overcome difficulties, release blocks and find happiness whether it be through a new relationship, new career or whatever they want, and perhaps a dash of longterm visions and goals thrown in to help them along their way.

Why struggle when there IS a way to find happiness?

Raina Kalhan
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My mission in Life is not merely to Survive but to Thrive, and to do so with some Passion, some Compassion, some Humour and some Style 

                               Maya Angelou

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