Warrior. Loved by God. Teacher. Mother. Friend. Mentor.
Jen is a creative teacher and researcher. She is passionate about inviting women to break the cycles that are keeping them stuck in life. Jen is a warrior. Her scars tell a unique story of shattered self-esteem from childhood, rejection, deep pain and tragic loss; all while seeing God’s grace woven through her life. Jen has always been interested in personality preferences and has been trained & certified by the Myers & Briggs Foundation as a Certified MBTI® Practitioner. She is currently the only person known to take a corporate tool and apply it to trauma. With over 200 client hours – Jen teaches and coaches women in how to break cycles that are keeping them stuck, healing unresolved wounds and moving forward in life, self-care, parenting and boundaries; helping them understand why they do the things they do, how they interact with the world around them, take in information and make decisions.
A Note From Jen:
“I want to invite you to break the cycles in your life that are keeping you stuck. Through encouraging words and content that will challenge your thinking, I pray that the eyes of your heart will be open to see the hope you have been given! When women understand how they give and receive energy (what fills them and drains them), how they interact with the outside world, how they take in information, how they make decisions and come to conclusions; it gives them a clearer perception of themselves and others which helps adjust their perspective. Perception is how you see things and perspective is how you think about things. If you can’t see things clearly, you will never think about things correctly.
There is hope, hope is believing things can change. However, some of that change is dependent on our choices. In order for some things to change, we have to make different choices. When we continue to do the same things, we will get the same results. If we want to break cycles, we have to make different choices.
Our life is the culmination of little choices we have made on a daily basis. We can camp out in our distress/pain/offense and blame everyone else, or we can choose a different path. We can choose to dig deep and work through our pain and let healing take place.