Grafton, NE - United States
I'm Kim Damon, Worthy Mom, and I help Moms that struggle with their adult kids to overcome their heartbreak and worry so that they can heal and have a fulfilling relationship with their adult children.
Endorsed EIP Coach, Free Consultation, and Parenting
Certified Enneagram Coach: Type 4
More about Kim Damon
I worked for many years in a successful career managing people in the corporate world. I was consistently rated in the top 5 of managers and I attribute that to my ability to connect with my teams, helping them grow in their careers and find that work-life balance.
After my children left home for the military and college, I remarried a wonderful man that I had dated for eight years, and I moved. During this time, my kids experienced independence, love, breakups, money issues, and the disappearing act, while I just struggled. I experienced a range of emotions when it came to my kids, from being proud of their service, to worry, then to frustration, which led to months without contact. I was completely heartbroken and, like so many moms, I felt alone, rejected, and unworthy. I was sure that I had done something to cause them to pull away and because of this, I had anger towards them and a lot of self-judgment.
Maybe it was destiny or as I like to put it, a God wink, that I would sign up with a life coach to lose weight and quickly discovered the answers to why I was so heartbroken and felt so rejected by my kids. That one God wink saved my soul.
Through coaching, I felt newfound energy to have joy and happiness back in my life. I set out to do as much research on the subject and that led me to the decision to go back to school and become a life coach. My avoidance began to shift into a need to design a blueprint of what I wanted my life to look like.
Most important is the transformation I experienced within myself. Letting my family be responsible for themselves while I remain responsible and focused on my own life is empowering. It’s like a huge weight has been lifted from my life. I no longer feel rejected and heartbroken because I know that when others misbehave, say harsh words, or make mistakes, it has nothing to do with me or being 100% worthy of their love.
I became excited about the possibility of sharing this with other women experiencing the same pain. It became my passion to build that community where no one felt completely alone. I left the corporate world and shifted my energy and focus on teaching other women how to feel their total worthiness.
Worthy Moms is a community of moms that have decided to transform their own lives and start living on purpose. I will take you step-by-step through the coaching tools I have learned to transform my own life. These are proven methods that have transformed thousands of women’s lives and it all begins with right where you are at today.
Certified Life Coach with The Life Coach School and Your Enneagram Coach
“I’ve learned that I always have a choice to decide how I want to think and how I want to feel. I don’t have to take my minds first instinctive chatter.” S. L.
“I had to learn how to manage my emotions, letting loose of seeking them to make me happy . I had to learn how to find the root of what was causing my reaction – because until I did that – I was going to have relationship issues. I also had to learn that the only person’s reactions I could control was my own. In doing so, I’ve become more at peace, more effective in my communications and with my relationships with my children.” D.H. 1 year later, received this from D.H. “I now enjoy a relationship with each and every one of my 7 children. Your program is truly a Godsend”
“I needed to pay attention to my pain in order to heal. I wanted to change the way I felt. Letting go of the guilt I was feeling is what made all the difference.” H.K.
“I was in a dark sad place before going through Kim’s coaching process. I questioned whether I had been a good enough mother… I felt hopeless about the situation. The program helped me to see things from another perspective so I could come to a healthier self nurturing conclusion. It’s a great feeling to let go of trying to control other people and to realize I get to choose how I think and feel about a situation or relationship.” C.A.