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I'm Katherine!

I'm the Life Coach I wish I had in my 30s!


I'm Sharing All My Secrets

Think you'll never be able to escape the deep wounds, past hurts and trauma inflicted by your mother? Think you're doomed to live your life feeling unworthy, confused and unloved? Nearly 50% of women say they grew up with an unloving mother. How do I know? Because I am one of them. 

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Hi, I'm Katherine!

The emotional scars left behind by an unloving mother's treatment show up later in life with a vengeance. It wasn't until I landed myself on a therapist's couch that I realized my mother didn't love me. As painful as it was to come to that realization, it was freeing to finally discover and begin to recover from the emotional roller coaster I had been on with her all my life.


You may be unaware of how your mother's unloving treatment is affecting your life today. Lack of self-confidence, trust issues, difficulty setting boundaries, addiction, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and many more can be traced directly back to your childhood, specifically your relationship with your mother.

You're In The Right Place If You Want To...


Your relationship with yourself and your mother. Begin to understand why your mother treat's you the way she does and why you respond the way you do.

Move On

So many women feel stuck unable to move past the trauma and hurt inflicted by their mother. Learn simple tools you can use immediately to begin to heal and love yourself again. 

Forgive Yourself

It's not your fault. Daughter's of unloving mothers tend to blame themselves for the relationship failure. It's not your fault. You can break free from the blame cycle you're spinning on now and learn to forgive yourself and others. 

Lily Flowers
“Katherine, you absolutely allow me to see me, Ashley.  Not what the world might see me as. You allowed me to see me and I was able to truly peel back layers of heartache and heartbreak. And that is such a gift that no one can ever take away from me. But you gave me that gift to just truly see me and to truly be able to fall in love with myself. No judgment, no nothing, it was just, this is where you are."

-Ashley K. Pittman

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