Working with inmates at Angola has been a game changer. A place where men, labelled the ‘worst of the worst’, are never going home you expect it to be a place of desolation.
I have had the privilege of working with lifers at the prison who’ve decided they want to be known for something better than the worst thing they have ever done. The transformation has been remarkable.
It is a story of strength, restoration and hope.
Having trained in Stockholm with the Academy for Coaching Excellence, I have since worked all over the world with groups and individuals who also want to learn the powerful tools that have enabled men without hope to live instead with purpose, strength, and integrity,
in support of others.
Forgiveness is an unwanted task, sometimes a task we *wish we wanted* to do. Even the word puts some people off.
No matter who we are, or what our lived experience has been, we all have cause to forgive and it cannot be done without support.
Forgiveness has become a key theme in my work,
both at Angola and beyond.
If you are struggling to forgive, or want to want to forgive, and need some support in that process then I’d love you to get in touch with me for a conversation.
And if you find yourself reading this and are repelled by the thought of forgiving but, all the same, find the idea like an irritant you can’t quite shake off, then do get in touch with me for a no-pressure chat about what support you might need.