For those who are searching...
Throughout our years of writing and teaching and listening to the stories of women, we have heard thousands of women say, “I feel like I’ve lost myself.”
We get it. We know what it feels like to be lost. Lost in disappointment or overwhelm, lost in our roles and responsibilities, lost in grief or self-sabotage.
So we’ve made it our mission to create a path for every woman who wants to go on the sacred search of recovering and reclaiming herself.
Our membership community focuses on questions that get at the heart of what it means to be human, helping you clarify where you are lost and which ½-inch steps will help you find yourself again.
Finding You Membership
If you feel like you’ve lost yourself anywhere along the way, we’ve got a community for you. Monthly information and inspiration to lead you on the path to finding yourself again.
What our members are saying...
"One of the biggest obstacles and barriers I find in moving forward is that critical voice telling me it is impossible to change lifelong thoughts patterns and behaviors and that no one else has this degree of a struggle. That is where The Finding You Project is so helpful again and again in reminding me that I am not alone, that I am moving through a process, and what I am experiencing is part of that journey."
"With this project, my goal is to learn more about ME! I want to be able to face my fears, confront them and grow from them. This year I will be an amazing 50 years old and I feel like my life is just now beginning for ME and not everyone else. I can't wait to graduate with a PhD from The Finding You Project!"
My marriage has been tumbling apart, and I’ve been working, spinning, striving to rescue it. A huge part of what your lessons and the community of women here has reinforced for me is that I can’t rescue anything or anyone but myself. I have learned, over time, to 'put on my own oxygen mask first,' to pay attention to my own voice, needs, desires and dreams. I have strengthened my resolve in setting and enforcing boundaries and limits that serve ME first."
About Your Guides
Elaine Hamilton (licensed therapist) and Leeana Tankersley (author) have a combined total of 50 years of professional experience, 3 masters degrees, 9 books, and hundreds of hours spent listening to the stories of women. One of the most pervading statements they hear, from women in all different life stages and situations, is this: I feel like I’ve lost myself.More About Us
Weekly Finding You Field Notes
Gentle reminders about our firm belief that you are worth finding.