Unhappy Professionals

To the outside world, it looks like you have the perfect life. You are a high-level player in your industry, wonderful family, beautiful home, and all the fancy fixings. But something isn’t right.

You aren’t happy

Actually, that may even be an understatement. You’re miserable.

Perhaps you may know exactly why you’re unhappy or stressed beyond your capacities, but you aren’t sure how to fix it. I understand how frustrating and defeating that can feel, because you’re usually the one with all the answers. The go-to person when there are problems.

More often than not, though, people don’t know why they’re so unhappy. It’s more of an amorphous, can’t-quite-explain-it reason that feels outside their grasp. It haunts them and slowly eats away at their decision-making skills, confidence, and capacity to be a good partner and parent.

Don’t let the situation get out of hand. C-suite professionals and industry power-players are vulnerable to burn out, which leads to poor decision making, personally and professionally. Chronic stress can significantly damage your physical health and deteriorate your mental health.

Being at the top can also be a lonely, isolating experience. Having an objective, supportive professional can make all the difference between a tolerable life and a thriving happy powerful life.

Through Dr. Freshwater's concierge model, you receive the Premium Elite level of services. Imagine the luxury of having your confidant, Dr. Freshwater, come to you and meet with you in the comfort and privacy of your home or office… or even quickly catching Dr. Freshwater via secure encrypted videoconference while on a work trip. Consider receiving the support you need without being caught going to a psychologist’s office or getting a diagnosis recorded with your health insurance.

Envision all of that, along with a life where things feel right again. That can be yours.

Don’t settle for less than, you never did before when you kicked ass rising to the top of your profession.

Happiness is an inside job,

Dr. Shawna Freshwater