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I know what it’s like to feel stuck in life. Or to feel in emotional chaos. Whether it’s with work, family, or myself, I get how it feels. I also understand how it is when you want to make changes but are not sure how to do that for yourself. Sometimes we just need an outside perspective to give us clarity. Well that’s what I’m here to do!

I’m an energetic healer and life coach. I’ve been helping people for over 15 years! I love using my gifts to help people shift their lives energetically, emotionally and spiritually! That’s why I’ve created the ASK TERRI here on my website.  So what area of your life needs a shift? Where do you feel stuck? I want to hear from you!

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Have you ever heard the good girl rules below? I bet you have heard these and more!
1. Don’t rock the boat.  You have to conform to make people happy.
2. Don’t receive.   It’s selfish.
3. Don’t be bold and passionate.
4. Put on your happy-face mask.  Don’t let your true feelings show.
5. Don’t follow your heart, it might hurt others. Their wants and desires matter more than yours.

Have you ever thought or felt the statements below?
1. I feel stuck and that I have no choices.
2. I feel resentful, sad and hopeless because others can have what they want.  But I can’t.
3. I feel angry because no one is listening to me.
4. I feel alone.

And other negative, draining thoughts and feelings?

You Don't Have To Be Good

Terri Britt - Former Miss USA and Award Winning Author
I didn’t expect to feel the absolute sheer joy I feel now after doing Terri’s workshop. I feel like I’m reborn! 

I’m in the first stages of writing my third book!

I am so excited to be developing the next book for all the girls (ladies) out there.  I know you agree that it is time to Break The Good Girl Rules!  I thought it would be fun and inspiring to hear your thoughts on what you would like to see in my next book.  What do you struggle with most?  What is the one good girl rule that shakes you to the core?  Maybe you would like to share your thoughts and feelings. I want to hear from you! 

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Terri Britt - Former Miss USA and Award Winning Author
Terri shows you how to heal your life, helping you become a more joyful, loving mom. I’ve personally experienced Terri’s work and it is absolutely life-transforming!”

A New Way to Pray

Note: originally published September 2011 Do you ever feel as if you pray for the things you want or need and feel as if your prayers never get answered? I used to feel that way and I know a lot of people do. I bring this up because I had an interesting conversation with a young girl this week while checking out at a local department store. I’m not sure how we got on the conversation, but she told me she had put in a request for a job that would move her to a bigger city.  It would also move her up the ladder within her present company.  This was something she REALLY wanted.

How to Stop Controlling Your Kids and Why You Do It

  • August 20th, 2014

Note: I’m on vacation this week so I went into my archives to bring back a blog relevant to many of you right now as you prepare your kids for the return to school. Enjoy! Our greatest desire as moms is for our children to feel safe, loved and happy. So what do we do? We worry. If there is any sign of pain or discontent in them, we want to take over the controls and make sure that they don’t hurt. I do this. We all do this. However, what I’ve learned over the years is that my kids have to go through their processes. Just like us, they are here to have human experiences. And the best thing for me to do is to allow them room to expand and grow. The problem with trying to give our kids this opportunity to learn about themselves is that we [...]

Trust Your Gut

I had to take an unexpected flight last week to get to my mother-in-law’s funeral.  She had been suffering a long time, so we were grateful that she finally got to break out of the shell of her physical body and cross over. However, with any loss, there is a tremendous amount of stress and grief. I knew it would be this way for my hubby, Charlie, and wanted to get to Florida to be with him as soon as possible. He had gone a day early to be with his mom before her transition and I had stayed home to take care of last minute details. You would imagine that I would talk about something profound that I learned while at the funeral. But I’m not going to in this blog. Instead, I want to talk about my journey to the airport. I feel it’s an important conversation because [...]