Ever since Eden, God has been telling us we are lovely, worthy, and honored in His sight. Together, we will heal wounds of insecurity so you can walk in peace as a Daughter of the King.
“For the first time in my whole life someone has said it’s okay to eat things that might be “high in calories” you’ve really helped me remain body positive. You’re making a difference."
"I used to feel like I didn't belong, but now I'm more open and curious. I feel less alone. Rebekah is so helpful in helping me to find my confidence, with no judgment at all for where I'm at."
“I realized I was holding so tightly onto unrealistic ideals of what a “True Woman” should be, look like, and feel. You bring some of the hard parts of being a woman in such a modern way - it's so refreshing.”
Let me be clear, body confidence is not a side effect of having the perfect body, it's a daily mental practice.
I used to be extremely self conscious. My thoughts weren't always critical, but I worried about what other people saw when they looked at me, and how I could control it
People called me beautiful, so I felt enormous pressure to live up to that expectation. But something weird happened. It was never enough.
No matter how I looked, I'd still find ways I didn't measure up. My thoughts were so filled with what I "should" be...
Fast forward a few years and my physical body hasn't changed, but my perspective is completely different. I'm not self conscious.
I no longer feel obligated to be a version of myself people will accept. My confidence comes from being called a daughter of the King - and I'm always enough for Him.
These days, eating and exercising is more intuition, less punishment. Dating is more "is he for me?" and less "am I for him?"
I don't compare my body to other women because I see my sisters as support systems, not competition.
I created The Mindfulness Method to help women take their thoughts captive and gently handle insecurity with compassion and truth.
Because you can't fix an inside problem with an outside solution.
She is exactly enough
She embraces feminine qualities of confidence
She forgives without needing an apology
She's a good steward of her body