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SM, Tunisia


Dear Jimmy,

Before embarking on the coaching sessions, I was in a weird space of self-destructive behaviour and self-blame; I was working on fully isolation myself from everything.  My relationship with my family was at the peak of chaos; life was nothing but a grey blank page.  This seemed to be the overall situation of each chapter of my life.  Mentally I think I was depressed, a form of depression at least.  I was also physically weak due to stopping the gym and this was due to not having enough mental strength to do anything. 


After the 6 coaching sessions I can clearly say that I'm more open to life and feel fresh.  I’m doing my best to engage with my family more and get to understand them from a different perspective; the ways that we explored in our sessions. I have got back to the gym already and that has made me feel even better.  I can say that now I have a spark of hope. 


The sessions helped me to understand how powerful it is in life to develop your own understanding and to be coachable.  I would love to learn more about the techniques you used in the sessions, they were amazing to say the least and I found them very beneficial.


I loved the feeling that there was someone who would listen and understand what I was going through.  To have someone there each week who was willing to be there and guide you a bit through this grey tunnel during this time in my life. It means a lot to feel that there are some good people around, people who are actually willing to be there for you.  


I can't thank you and all the people who have made the coaching possible enough.  Thank you to you and all of them. 


S.M. Tunisia

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