Natasha Halliday is a therapist, speaker, and comedian. Natasha believes that we all possess resilience. She is dedicated to uncovering the resilience already there, fostering and building resilience where needed, and demonstrating how to grow through adversity. Natasha infuses humor into most aspects of her life, a skill she learned growing up in a very funny family.
Hello, woman on a mission. I am excited to share with you how unmasking fear can help you move forward and live the life you were purposed to live. Before I learned to uncover fear in its many disguises, I was so good at providing reasons why I wasn’t where I wanted to be and why I wasn’t living in line with my dreams. For most of my life the reasons sounded good enough I convinced myself and often others around me. Then God helped me see the many ways fear was hindering me from living my life as He purposed. I encourage you to dig deep and reflect on how fear has held you back. What you uncover will begin your journey to move past fear, take your power back, and live the life you desire.
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