Pam Smith on Be the Woman

Pam Smith, wife, mother, grandmother, homemaker and retired office administrator in the UKPam Smith is a wife, mother, grandmother, homemaker and retired office administrator in the UK

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Pam Smith on Overcoming Depression...

It's made a huge difference the second time, I have to say.  The circumstance of me doing it originally was that I had been extremely depressed.  I think it was my 65th birthday present from Debbie.  She said "It's never too late make changes".  I struggled the first time but things have improved dramatically.  I thought now is the time to go back and really do it more thoroughly so that's what I've done...

Pam Smith on the Benefits She Experienced from doing Be the Woman...

It is possible to change and it is possible to find fulfilment....I think my generation especially [thinks] very much that it's not ok to put yourself first. If it's anything that I've got out of the course, it's realising that by being fulfilled yourself, you benefit everyone else around you.  That's a marvellous message...

Pam Smith On The Lasting Impact of Be the Woman...

This feeling that it's never too late to do things – that's just a wonderful feeling for me...When you're younger, it's much easier to dream because you feel that you have all your life left...and there are so many years.  But now, we have friends who were younger than us that haven't made it.  Every time it happens it makes you feel vulnerable yourself...So the fact you can make the most out of whatever time you have is a wonderful message...It's never too late to make changes, to absorb something new and to try to live your life differently.

Pam Smith on the Inner Circle Online Community...

I'm amazed at the interaction that goes on in the Inner Circle...Gosh, If I'd had a network like this when I was in the same situation when I was younger, it would have been so beneficial.

Pam Smith on the 42 Day Course Structure...

Brilliant!  I thought the second time around was absolutely wonderful.  I think the original structure of how it goes through the main phases [i.e. the course content] was good anyway – the whole course was brilliantly conceived, but the way it is presented now, for me was just brilliant...It was wonderful not to have to rush.  If something cropped up, if the family was staying or we went away for a few days, I knew it didn't matter...

Pam Smith on Her Second Time Doing the Be the Woman 42 Day Course...

Obviously some things had changed, and I realised that subconsciously I had taken some things on board, which I hadn't actually realised, and some things had become habits which weren't before as a result of doing the course.  So I think the biggest thing it's done for me is to realise that even at this stage in my life – I'm going to be 68 in January – that it is still possible to make small changes, even, to make you feel that you can be in control of your life.

 

 
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