Just Go to Sleep Already
Release your biggest obstacles to rest and sleep.
When you stayed up way past bedtime as a kid, did your grown-up ever yell at you to “just go to sleep already!”
And do you ever yell that at yourself when you have insomnia? Ah, if ordering yourself to sleep ever worked….
Maybe you’ve tried remedies: melatonin or magnesium, exercise or relaxation, new mattress or mind-space headband. They might help sometimes – or not when you most need it. Whether you don’t sleep or worry you won’t, insomnia crimps your nights.
What works for others doesn’t matter
How you experience insomnia – what causes it, exacerbates it, and how you relate to it – make a huge difference in finding your pathways to rest.
What is your biggest issue with insomnia?
- Edginess at noise or disruptions that keep you from settling down
- Body tension that keeps you from physical rest
- A mind that just keeps going
- Taxing emotions, like anxiety, anger, grief, or loneliness
- Stressing over dilemmas, because your life is not what you want
Insomnia is not a one-size fits all, and certainly not one-solution fits all.
Know your biggest issue to find pathways to rest
In Restful Insomnia, I help people understand their own brand of insomnia. Once we have that, they learn the tools that work best for them.
I love seeing clients and students develop a new relationship to insomnia, so they can renew, align, and welcome sleep.
I’m seeing more and more people who can’t make a difference in the world or live the lives they want, because they’re so drained from sleepless nights. They can’t access their own resilience and oomph to show up the way they want to.
I want more people to get back to themselves, night and day. So, this month, I want to help as many as possible, for free.
Unfortunately, I’m seeing more and more people who can’t make a difference in the world or live the lives they want, because they’re so drained from sleepless nights. They can’t access their own resilience and oomph to show up the way they want to.
I want more people to get back to themselves, night and day. So, this month, I’ve set myself a goal to help as many as possible, for free.
30 free assessments and consultations in 30 days
I want to do as many free assessments and consultations as possible – at least 30 – in the next 30 days.
In it, we’ll explore what the heck is really going on during your sleepless hours. What are the biggest barriers to getting the rest you need? How can you get through them?
After we talk, you’ll be able to:
- Recognize the biggest issues that keep you from rest right now
- Know an effective first step to use that night
- Have a plan so you can move to more restful nights. That might include options for us to work together, if appropriate.
All this in 30-40 minutes.
Stressful times need rested minds (and bodies)
They’ll help you (or someone you know who is stressed and sleepless) get unstuck from the corner of hopeless insomnia.
I can’t wait to connect, so you can find your path to renew, rest, and welcome sleep.