Hey, Christina!

As a coach, my role is to ask questions that help clients get to the root of the block, or as I like to call it, the heart of the matter.  Over the last five years, I have received consistent feedback from clients, saying I “have a knack” for helping people discover what is preventing one’s happiness, joy, personal success, and loving relationships; that my “tender and to the point” perspective has nudged and catapulted people towards love… in both self and in life.

The inspiration of this Hey Christina feature stems from every one of my clients who have said, “When I was in that moment, I asked myself, ‘What would Christina do?’. When I hear this out loud, I go straight to gratitude because I am also so damn human. I too have dark spots and have certainly had many SFD’s, so hearing that I am thought of and called on by my clients while in facedown moments, leaves me feeling so filled with love and gratitude. My words come from my heart and a healthy dose of research. While it is my questions that guide the process, self- love is the ultimate quest which my questions reflect.

So, I’ve decided to take this feedback one step further. I’ve created this space where we can gather and share perspectives because it’s my belief that when it comes to understanding self, information is an asset. If only I could tell you how many times I have heard the question, “Is this normal, or is this just me?” Hey Christina is an opportunity for us to see that we are so not alone in this world, or in our thoughts.

Hey Christina, I went on a handful of dates with a man who could talk the talk when it came to love language and attachment style; he captivated me. We spent hours talking and getting to know one another. The day after we slept together, he told me that his avoidant attachment was activated and he couldn’t see me again. I am so damn sad and can’t help but wonder “why?” I am left asking myself, “What’s wrong with me?”, “Was I not enough?”, “Was I awful in bed?”, “Will I ever find a man?”

August 9, 2021|Categories: Hey Christina|

I would like to take this opportunity to thank anyone and everyone who has uttered the words,

“So I asked myself… what would Christina do?”

** This platform has been inspired by you! **

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