Balancing Boundaries + Belonging with Brigid Dineen

Updated: Feb 14, 2019




This week, I'm talking with coach Brigid Dineen about how women often surrender our power without realizing it in patriarchal culture. We discuss how strong boundaries can help us reclaim our power and that we don't have to give up our sense of belonging to create those boundaries.


Here is the link to the conversation that Brigid and I had on her podcast last summer that we reference in the episode.


About Brigid


Known for her deep empathy and grounded approach to personal growth, Brigid Dineen is a Resilience Coach for Strong Women. She has been teaching, coaching, and supporting women for over a decade as they learn to put themselves on the priority list. Brigid believes in a world where well-being comes first. She’s on a mission to help women reclaim their time, energy and peace of mind so that they can make a meaningful contribution to the world while also feeling fulfilled. As the creator of Breathing Room and Mindfulness for Busy People, she provides practical tools and strategies for self-care to help you reclaim your time, energy and peace of mind. She also hosts the podcast, Guts & Grace: How to Create Space for YourSELF in a World That Would Rather You’d Stay Small.


Brigid is the creator of Unf*ckwithable - 9-month coaching/mentorship package to help you become a boundary queen and take exquisite care of yourself while getting clear on what you want & going after it (no sales page yet, but people can email me to learn more about it)


Brigid offers a free PDF guide to help you deal with what's draining you so you can reclaim your time, energy and peace of mind: www.brigiddineen.com/lighten-your-load


Learn more and follow Brigid:

www.brigiddineen.com

www.facebook.com/brigiddineen.shineyourlight

www.facebook.com/groups/SelfCareForStrongWomen

www.instagram.com/brigiddineen




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