Why I Love My Clients

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Why I Love My Clients

What does Valentine’s Day mean to you?

For me, it’s a constant reminder of God’s endless love for us—a reminder that no matter what we do, He is there to receive and love on us.

How comforting is that? To know that the maker of the universe, the creator of humanity, the developer of this incredible world is loving us every bit of every day, all the time! 

I’m reminded of this verse from 1 John 4:16

“And so we know and rely on the love God has for us. God is love. Whoever lives in love lives in God, and God in them.”

So good, right! It so clearly tells us that God is head-over-heels in love with us and that when we truly receive the love God is pouring out, we in turn, will live in love!

All this love talk had me thinking more about Valentine’s Day. 

February 14th is the one day a year when we all extend a little extra love to those around us and ourselves. It’s the perfect time for me to reflect back on all the love that was shared with me over this past year and dish out some of my own.

As such, I wanted to show some love to a group of people who mean so much to me—my clients.

Before I do, I just want you to know… I love you. 

And here’s why: 


Your willingness to step into a new life experience.

It’s not easy to jump into something new, let alone a health journey. I’m grateful that you have made the active choice to put yourself first and prioritize your health.


Your honesty and vulnerability.

The two hardest things in the world to do is be honest and vulnerable and you’re doing both!


Your openness to inviting God to be part of your health journey.

When we invite God into this experience, we get to see him work in our lives and give us the confidence to let go of the things holding us back. 


Your enthusiasm for living a life filled with purpose, passion, and joy. 

We all are looking for purpose, passion, and joy, but when I hear your excitement as you pursue those things in your life, I am reminded to continue reaching for those things myself.


Your open heart and mind.

I feel honored that you’ve opened your heart and mind to this RESTORE process and am excited to dive deeper into understanding how the two work together. 


Your perseverance when the going gets tough. 

The health journey is not a sprint, it’s a marathon and I implore your ability to continue pushing forward and fighting the good fight each and every day. 


Your relentless pursuit to find the WHY for your health journey. 

I am inspired by your constant drive toward your why and it encourages me to continue uncovering my own. 


Your willingness to forgive yourself and others. 

Forgiveness is the first step in making change and you’ve given yourself the grace and space to make this change. 


Your desire to set an example for your kids and future generations of your family.

It’s not just about us–it’s about the people around us. When you put your health first you also put the health first of those who you support, including your family and future generations.  


Your stories of success, failure, love, and everything in between. 

I love hearing your stories (the good, bad, and even the ugly) because it’s a reminder that each one of our stories is still being told right now! 

I’m grateful and blessed to partner with each and every one of you as you write your own health story. I can’t wait to read the next chapter!

Happy Valentine’s Day! 



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