Coaching for Autism, Addiction, Isolation

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Do you feel all alone in this crazy world?

Do you long for the days when you could have great conversations with friends?

Do you feel trapped in a world of shame and addiction?

Are you stimming more than you want to?

Do you feel like this life is or is becoming meaningless?

I feel the same way sometimes and nothing is better than talking to someone about it.

Please watch my video to learn more.

If you want to book a one-Hour session (buddy talk), please email me and add a brief history of yourself and what you are going through.

The rate is currently $125 per hour for approved clients.

*I reserve the right to not coach any person I feel is not a good fit at this time and I am not a medical professional, just a coaching specialist.


My Brief Story

I was born in Newport Beach, California. My parents were loving, and raised my sister and I in a safe environment (as much as you can in Southern California)

When I was two, I started rocking on a rocking horse. I could rock for a long time and just look out the window.

When I became a little older, I rocked on the floor or on the bed. My parents never questioned it. I seemed perfectly content doing it.

I loved music from a very early age and would listen to my dad’s blues and my sister’s pop music. Rocking and listening to music was now the norm.

When I was 12, I got a drum set after my mom grew tired of me hitting furniture with wooden spoons. I wanted to be a rock and roll drummer.

I became entranced with Hard rock and listened to Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, and Ozzy during the 80’s. I had the typical mullet haircut.

I was very sheltered from the real world, as my parents moved us to a small Victorian town in Washington state and they censored what we watched.

When I was 16 I tried pot and when I was 17 I drank alcohol. Alcohol affected me dramatically. It felt like a magic potion and gave me unlimited energy and caused mania.

I wanted to be a rock drummer more than doing homework which led to me dropping out of high school when I was 17.

My dad was strict and I gave him the silent treatment until he kicked me out of the house when I was 18.

By the time I was 20, I was getting drunk a couple nights a week. I moved in with a woman 20 years my senior. She was my girlfriend but also acted as a surrogate mother.

I felt the pressure of not speaking to my parents and dating a woman as old as my mother, which led me to get drunk five days a week.

At this point I am smoking pot and cigarrettes, drinking coffee, having sex, masturbating, getting drunk, dropping LSD, etc. Anything I could get my hands on.

How drunk I got Every Night

Fast forward to 36. . .

I already had a heart-attack at 32 from alcohol and heredity. I haven’t eaten a meal in weeks because my stomach is so irritated and I vomit everything up.

I only work two days a week, and it’s not really a job anyway. Beer cans are iled behind my car seat and my friends are all gone. . .

One day I just stopped drinking after someone made me feel powerless. I then discovered energy work and dealing with my demons. 

I was hit with the holy spirit in 2016 and decided to dive into Christianity and worked with arch angels and learned how to expel demons.

I am still a work in progress, but I want to help others because that’s what we should do with our gifts. I learn the most from people when I talk to them.

We can both benefit from working with each other. . .

I have learned some methods that keep me sober and sane and would love to share them with you. Or, I can just listen to your story and we can mutually benefit just from having a nice conversation.

If you would like to work together, please email me a little bit about yourself and your situation. I look forward to hearing from you!