Episode 18 of the Peace with Endo Podcast features a chat I had with Missy Garcia, a fellow author in the collaborative book we did together called Women Who Inspire. Her chapter called From Shame to Shine really hit home for me.
In this episode we chat more about the role of shame that comes from past sexual trauma, and the impacts that can have on future relationships and your relationship with your own body.
We also talk about some of the shame from the norms that society places on women and sensuality. It’s time to bring the pleasure back, release the shame, and step into your true authentic self.
⬆️ Take a listen above.
About Missy Garcia
Missy A. Garcia is transformational coach, doTERRA blue diamond, keynote speaker, and best selling author. Missy is driven to help women to break the mould of social norms and to actively pursue the life they truly desire; a life that is authentic to them as an individual and isn’t limited by fear or circumstance.
Missy was trained as a nurse and had her mind opened to the idea of a more natural lifestyle during a holistic nursing program. But it wasn’t until she became pregnant with her daughter in 2010 that her true holistic journey began.
During this time, Missy needed to find an alternative income stream that would support her family during this time and began working as a network marketer and wellness advocate for doTERRA oils. This became a profitable entrepreneurial journey and pushed her out of her shell (as a self-proclaimed introvert) into leadership roles that challenged and transformed her.
Missy was confronted with the reality that she was living a life that was somewhat removed from her full potential, and sought after ways to break through fear, insecurity and the obstacles of life’s circumstances and find freedom and authenticity.
Missy is a powerful coach and inspirational speaker whose vision is to help women realize that they have the power within to create whatever life they desire.
“Happiness is not an illusion, but it comes from being truly in tune with, and connected to the truth of who we are.”