Whatever has brought you here, I'd like to share a snapshot of me with you...
I'm Jayne Cox, otherwise known as the 'Specialist Women's Coach.' For over a decade, I've provided eating disorder therapy and professional coaching to women across the UK and worldwide.
Using my own recovery from low self-esteem, anorexia and bulimia as a reference point, I developed a dynamic approach to lifelong positive change. Professional training and research added further 'tools' to my coaching kit.
Today, my unique, creative coaching empowers women to tackle midlife issues, weight and body image concerns, eating disorders and life after loss or ill health.
Sharing 'the good life' with me is husband Michael, along with our pet hens, ducks, cats Holly the playful Pug and beloved Boxer, Daisie. Nature, animals, friends, family and the fantastic women who share their lives with me, enrich my soul.
As life is a gift, I enjoy every moment, choosing to accept the past and embrace change. Having 'faced the fear' in my own life, I'm living proof that you can achieve inner happiness if you want to.
Life's darkest moments have inspired me to give something back. I now volunteer at my local day hospice providing a day workshop as part of their palliatve care programme. Other good causes and charities, such as The British Hen Welfare Trust and Cancer Research UK, also matter to me.
Clients often comment on my positivity. The truth is, I've learnt to see hope in everything, and draw strength from even the most difficult situations. You can too...
Inspiring you how to love your years, your body and your life is a huge honour for me, and something that drives me every day.
With face-to-face, phone and Skype coaching available, it's easy to fit motivation into your life. Contact me when you're ready to start your journey... and I'll walk alongside you.
In the meantime, catch up with my blog musings on life, filled with inspirational hints on how to love yourself more. You'll also discover the latest featured WOW woman - a monthly celebration of incredible women. Perhaps you'll be next?
Today we'll move clouds, tomorrow mountains.