Lola Thorne: Resources
Five steps that embrace your visibility so you can feel deeply valued in your relationships
When we get into a relationship pattern where one half of that partnership feels invisible, then something needs to shift.
When we feel invisible in our relationships, it can seep into all aspects of our lives and it can feel like our invisibility defines us.
We see it, and feel it, everywhere and it can compound into loneliness which can make us feel overlooked and unseen. It can feel like whatever you do, it doesn’t seem to be enough.
It's time for change.
This guide will help to identify your behaviour patterns, your feelings and where you can go for further support whilst you shift from feeling invisible into feeling visible and valued.
Revolutionise your self care and learn to say no lovingly, calmly and without the guilt
We hear so much about self care but real self care is the ability to say no calmly to others; it is knowing what your boundaries are and how to set them lovingly. Real self care is not about the holy grail of self love, but about building a strong foundation of of radical self acceptance and self compassion. Self care is about tuning into your feelings and tuning out of people-pleasing behaviours that silence your own needs and experiences. Of course there is also space for a bubble bath as well.
Self care is a practice and when we learn new things it feels good to have a community around you to support you, that's why I created The Self Care Club.
It's for women who want to learn how to revolutionise your self care, yourself, and your relationships.