Most of us will seek out professional counseling or therapy at some point in our lives. So why wouldn't a bride-in-distress seek coaching from a wedding coach for whatever got her so frazzled and frustrated during her engagement period?
Leslie has been coaching clients for over 20 years. She has successful methodologies that she uses to enlighten a bride on how to improve her emotional health and well-being.
She has empowered many brides to find their voice and shift their mindset in order to help them create the life (marriage) and wedding of THEIR dreams, not someone else's dream.
It's normal for a bride to feel anxious, bothered, or even experience pre-wedding depression at times when planning her wedding.
Unlike a wedding planner who is in charge of the logistics from the design, management and planning of a bride’s wedding.
Leslie helps brides develop communicative, organizational, behavioral, and emotional skills that will place them in the best position to tackle any hurdle life throws at them during the preparation phase leading up to the wedding and after the wedding.
According to the Zola survey, 40 percent of couples categorized wedding planning as “extremely stressful” while 71 percent thought it was more nerve-wracking than other major life events like finding a new job.
The one person that the bride forgets to look after is herself. Some may think this is an outrageous statement, however, it is true. Most people have heard that some brides are referred to as bridezillas, but this is because they are overwhelmed and focused on the wrong details of the wedding.
Being a bride is intense. It's not just the pressure of making a life altering decision and throwing a fabulous celebration. There are major changes happening to her identity and to ALL of her closest relationships. And that can be really hard to navigate. The bride needs an objective perspective and a professional expert to help her walk through this sacred rite of passage feeling confident and peaceful.
We must also remember; planning a wedding is like running a small business. You have a budget; you need to hire staff, organize the food, the music and the seating plans, and then, be the star of this grand production (wedding).
No wonder so many brides are in a state of meltdown when they are about to walk down the aisle. We can all agree that when you have a plan, you will get a much better result. A bride puts a lot of emotional pressure on herself to plan and produce a fabulous wedding to walk down the aisle to marry the man of her dreams. However, without a plan to manage her expectations, deal with difficult relatives, feel calm and confident when walking down the aisle, she will not achieve a great result.
"The one person that the bride forgets to look after is herself. You may think this is an outrageous statement however it is true. A wedding is a microcosm of life on steroids. If you mix emotions with finances and relatives, then the outcome can be quite overwhelming and that is even before the wedding! Therefore, I have devised some great ways to de-stress yourself, not distress yourself and create some great ‘me-time’ so that you can enjoy every minute of this beautiful-grand journey."
"After working with Leslie I was able to enjoy the entire process of planning my wedding. I can definitely say that Leslie is the best wedding coach[EVER]! I didn't only look beautiful on my wedding day, I also felt beautiful and confident, as I walk down the aisle to my husband." Kelly S.
“I didn't know until I met Leslie how much of a difference it would make having a wedding coach to help me navigate through the highs and lows of planning a wedding. She is your advisor, behavioral specialist, conflict resolution expert, and relationship manager all wrapped up in one. Working with Leslie helped shift my mindset in such a way that I was able to be fully present during the planning stages all the way to my wedding day! Thank you, Leslie for helping me to not only be prepared to be a bride, you also prepared me to be ready to take on the role, of wife. I can't wait to see what the future holds for me and my husband.” - Tina C.
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