Love without Abandonment:
Cultivating a New World - Relationships Free of Codependency
The New World begins with YOU.
Does that sound trite?
Have you heard a line like that one too many times?
Maybe the idea of a New World is trending too hard for it to feel relatable.
Maybe your role in it feels insubstantial or irrelevant.
Maybe something is already shifting that you’ve yet to acknowledge.
Here’s what the “old world” shifting to the “new world” looks like:
- Comparison, self-judgment, and the wrongness of you being not only normal but capitalized on…
Becomes… a fully embodied self that knows how radiant and potent you truly are and can’t be talked into questioning it.
- The lean-out, the need to look outside yourself for validation, the over-extension of your life to make things work for other people…
Becomes… alignment, a sense of and capacity to communicate your needs and advocate for them. A willingness to have uncomfortable conversations for the beauty that you know is on the other side.
- Hiding becomes stepping up.
- Caving-in becomes blooming with strength.
- Old patterns and unhealthy loops get replaced by self-reliance, compassion, intuitive hits of awareness, and expansive states of being. (Read as: the sudden knowing and choice to interact with the same old stories in new and different ways.)
You’re not crazy.
If you have been noticing some dissonance in your life:
- Things feel off with someone you love
- Doing something that used to feel right and normal just doesn’t feel good anymore
- Your body is having a reaction to things and it doesn’t feel good
- Your body may be aware of something that needs to be addressed, spoken to, or shifted, and it’s trying to let you know there is room for growth there.
- Feeling the need to please others can be like an addiction for some people.
- The awareness you have of what other people want and need can lead you to believe it’s your job to make them comfortable, to make them feel good, to make sure their needs are met.
- The question is, are you one of those people you're aching to please?
- If you made it to this page, there’s a good chance that you are on the bottom of that list, if you’re on it at all.
- If you feel like you’ve been walked on/walked over, if you have a tendency to self-abandon, people-please, or build resentment due to your overgiving, this is for you.
Feeling the need to please others can be like an addiction for some people.
The awareness you have of what other people want and need can lead you to believe it’s your job to make them comfortable, to make them feel good, to make sure their needs are met.
The question is, are you one of those people you're aching to please?
If you made it to this page, there’s a good chance that you are on the bottom of that list, if you’re on it at all.
If you feel like you’ve been walked on/walked over, if you have a tendency to self-abandon, people-please, or build resentment due to your overgiving, this is for you.
The truth is, your body knows.
Whether you’re tuned into it right now or not, your body is actually giving you information all the time about what’s for you, what’s true, what’s right, what’s working, and what’s not.
This new world starts right inside you, and yes, the impact of this work trickles out and impacts our entire reality as you step further and more powerfully home to yourself.
In a world where we are taught to disconnect from our bodies, desires, and sexuality, it is a radical act to cultivate self-love and inner trust.
In this space, we will explore our inner listening and broadening safety within. With the deepening of the commitment with our bodies, we can access more arousal and intimacy in our lives.
This is an experiential workshop - bring your curiosity, body, and gentleness. Along with a mirror, your favorite genital-friendly massage oil, and an open mind.
It’s time to build self-compassion.
It’s time to recognize you are the source of your life.
It’s time to nurture you.
It will lead to greater, more intimate and real relationships.
It will lead to self-trust.
It will lead to intimate connection with your desires.
You deserve to feel seen, heard, and felt.
Hi, I’m Trish Wright
I am inspired to teach people how to free themselves from codependency because I want them to have healthy and fulfilling relationships. Codependency can often lead to people-pleasing and self abandonment, which can be damaging to both the individual and the relationship. I want people to be able to break free from these harmful patterns and find happiness in their lives.
It is my belief that when we are able to take care of ourselves and find our own sense of joy and fulfillment, we are then in a much better position to give and receive love from others. These skills are life-changing, and I feel honored to be able to offer them.