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SOURCE Nat Couropmitree
NEWTON, Mass., Feb. 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Most people assume that holistic professionals have figured out how to balance work and family, live the life they dreamed of when they set up their businesses, and have the ongoing satisfaction of helping their clients improve their lives.
Not so. Life Fulfillment Coach Nat Couropmitree says, "Holistic professionals have unique frustrations, challenges and struggles. Often they care so much about helping their clients that they sacrifice their own wellbeing in the process. They turn to me to effectively empower themselves to shift easily away from the patterns that are causing them great stress."
It's natural for healing professionals to want to give so much. They get into business because they care about improving the lives of others, but because they're dedicated to their business and clients' needs, they often sacrifice their own needs. As a result, these professionals repeatedly feel drained, overwhelmed, frustrated and unfulfilled. The solution to feeling less stressed and more fulfilled comes from taking care of oneself first.
Rita Rose Pasquale, co-owner of United Martial Arts Center, is a client who speaks very highly of Nat's self-care coaching practice: "Nat has been my teacher for sometime now and the changes that I have experienced in a very short time have been life changing for me. In only 12 weeks I was able to make changes to improve the quality of my life and I had been struggling for years. I injured my back 6 years ago and haven't been able to train. As a result I gained a lot of weight and no matter what I did I couldn't lose it. I have lost 25 pounds in 7 weeks and the only thing that is really different is how I treat myself."
Couropmitree believes that when healing professionals learn to put themselves first and practice self-nurturing habits, they can actually make an even bigger impact in the world.
As a means to support more professionals, Couropmitree has written a self-care e-book entitled "The Giving Person's Self-Care Guide." This free e-book offers 9 mindful tips that caring professionals can use to not only relieve stress instantly, but also to prevent it in the future. It's available as a free download at http://FreeSelfCareGuide.com.
About Nat Couropmitree
Nat Couropmitree is passionate about empowering holistic professionals to partner with themselves for lasting fulfillment. He holds a degree in Anthropology from the University of Chicago and a Master's of Public Health from Boston University. Nat hosts "The Nat Couropmitree Show," which is a podcast that explores the benefits of self-love.
Anyone interested in learning more about Nat Couropmitree's services can contact him via telephone at (617) 332-9659 or via the web at http://EmbraceYourWealth.com
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