Codependent Relationships and Dysfunctional Families
Codependent relationships and dysfunctional families are our specialty. If you struggle to make your relationships work but end up disappointed, hurt, resentful, anxious or confused, you’re in the right place. Our mission is to empower and equip you to have the healthy relationships you deserve. Our goal is to increase awareness through codependency education, foster personal responsibility through masterful coaching and affect lasting change by breaking toxic patterns, ending the cycles of dysfunction for good.
Setting and Holding BOUNDARIES Mini Course
Setting and holding boundaries mini course.
- Do you have difficulty taking on more than you want to?
- Do you say yes when you want to say no?
- Do you remain in hurtful situations for too long?
- Do you allow people to take advantage of you at work, at home, or in love?
- Are you settling for less than you deserve?
- Are you in a one sided or hurtful relationship?
- Are you a fixer? A people pleaser? Or do you find yourself running to the rescue of others?
- Uncover where you have difficulty setting boundaries and why that is
- Learn to articulate what you think and how you feel using a simple to use, go to formula, that works every time.
- Gain insight into the emotional, psychological, and physical cost of people pleasing and make the decision to change now.
- Figure out what your bottom line is and learn how to hold it.
- Leave this course empowered, educated, inspired and equipped!
Once you learn our revolutionary 4 step method you will have the tools you need, and you’ll use them again and again.
Don’t delay! Reserve your spot today! The mini course begins the first Wednesday of each month. 7 PM EST. Via Private Zoom CLassoom.
What’s healthy and normal when it comes to relationships?
Should you stay or should you go?
Most people stay in dysfunctional relationships with a toxic person because they don’t know they’re in one. They just see it as being “difficult” or “complicated.” So, they stay in the relationship trying to fix it with no success. They torture themselves asking, “Should I stay or should I go?” Not knowing if the relationship can be saved is maddening. If you believe you may be in a relationship with a narcissistic or toxic person, click the image to learn the traits of a dysfunctional person to get clarity now.
Is something wrong with you? Is this your fault?
Codependency is a normal response to abnormal people or circumstances in your life. Essentially, they are the ways in which we attempt to get love. And sometimes those ways lead us to one sided, hurtful relationships where we struggle to get our needs met. Learn more about the sneaky way codependency shows up and see if you identify with one of our “Attachment Personality Patterns”.
When you love an addict or alcoholic...
Everyone is affected and your whole world gets turned upside down. You never know the right thing to say or do, and everything feels like it’s not working. You just want to get your loved one back to normal but you have no idea what’s helping or hurting. If you could just get through to them, you know there would be hope! Click on the image to get answers now to some of the most commonly asked questions.
Need Help Right Now?
If you’re ready to take a deeper dive and get some much needed one on one attention, take the next step and schedule this 90 minute session to get crystal clear, end confusion and develop a step by step plan of action.
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Heidi Rain McGuirk
Heidi McGuirk is a Master Practitioner of NLP, Addiction Professional and Master Certified Empowerment and Relationship Coach. She specializes in codependency, self-love, dysfunctional/unhealthy relationships, and dealing with addiction in the family. She is co-creator of the Revolutionary Family Program and Love Yourself First Empowerment School.
It’s her passion to equip and certify those who want to help others through her Empowerment Coach University.
Heidi held an esteemed faculty position at one of the world’s leading drug and alcohol treatment centers where she created empowerment programming and facilitated psychoeducational lectures, seminars and group therapy. This experience with thousands of clients over many years, led to the creation of much of her life changing curriculum and proprietary methods.
Heidi blends her vast professional experience, world class education and personal experience to create exceptional results with her students and clients..
She has a unique understanding and fresh perspective which helps her to truly get results with those she helps.
Her riveting style of using humor and candor encourages and inspires people to heal.