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Do you ever feel like you need to change who you are in order to fit into the rest of the world? Have you ever dealt with feeling “unseen” by those around you and struggle with a sense of belonging? This week we are with the incredible Jen Gotch who shares with us why there is an “upside” to being down.

Jen is the co-founder of the multi-million dollar business and credits her mental health struggles to some of the successes she has had in her business and in life. In today’s conversation she opens up about her personal relationships and how they have influenced her mental health journey.

We discuss the signs of being a highly sensitive individual and how we can use these qualities to enrich our lives. Jen shares why she believes that mental health struggles don’t just stem from one isolated event but rather are an accumulation of several factors in our lives.

We also dive into finding your purpose, aligning with your truth, and establishing healthy boundaries within your life. Jen encourages us to “pay attention” to what the universe is trying to tell us and lean into what feels right for YOU.

We hope this episode encourages you to find light at the end of any tunnel you may find yourself in and discover the “upside” of being down. Connect with us in our private facebook group, Hope to Recharge so we can support you in your mental health journey. Because as always, Together is Better.

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Topics Discussed:

  • How to implement boundaries with people you love
  • The importance of being in the right relationships at the right time
  • Making difficult decisions and tuning into your intuition

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