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The Problem With Advice On Social Media


It's such an incredible thing that there's SO much content available to us today on social media covering all sorts of topics from trauma, to relationships, to healing.

There are coping tips and tricks to follow but what's missing is that safe space to help us work through it, someone to calm us down and help us process our emotions.

When we're "doing it on our own" we have a tendency to over-analyze or misinterpret things, and that can cause a lot of unnecessary pain and grief.

It's so important to have a safe space to go to, whether that be a self-help group, a coach, a therapist, or a good friend, someone who can help you look objectively at the situation and work through the process with you.

I want to help you get clarity as you go through the healing process, so I am opening up a new monthly membership program (which is something I have never done before) where I'll be going into different topics each month and giving you strategic steps to follow.

I'll also be doing a live Q&A each month to answer any questions you might have while going through the information. This will be a private community and a safe space where you'll be able to get support from me.

This membership will not be on social media, so there's no pressure to have to look at ALL of your notifications while you're in the community.

The waitlist will close in mid-October, so if you're feeling like this is something that resonates with you, I'd love to welcome you as one of my founding members. As a founding member, you'll only ever pay $25 per month, no matter how much the price increases- you'll always be locked in at that rate!

I can't wait to be your guide and help you make sense of and organize all of the information that you're learning online.

Let me know if you have any questions! I hope to see you soon inside The Conscious Relationship community.

With Compassion,

Cassandra Solano, LCSW

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