Your sex & relationship alter ego is:

Georgia Byrd from Last Holiday

Georgia believes she is destined to be invisible … is it true?

When did you learn you weren’t worthy of being seen and admired? For many of us it began quite young – our awkward tween years, or in high school when all our friends were dating and no one seemed interested in us. Or perhaps you were on the receiving end of other people’s cruelty and you decided it would be easier to become invisible.

No matter when it happened, I’m here to tell you: it’s not true. You are ABSOLUTELY worthy of being seen and admired, no matter the size or shape of your body, the way you dress, or how sexy you feel.

The resources below will give you a great start on re-evaluating your beliefs about yourself. If you’d like a companion and guide as you go deeper, I’m here to support you.

"Next time... we will laugh more, we'll love more.
We just won't be so afraid."

Myth busting

MYTH: If I’m not thin, attractive, young, and outgoing, no one will ever be interested in me.

TRUTH: This couldn’t be further from the truth! I can guarantee – guarantee! – that there are people who want to love you no matter the size or shape of your body, or how plain you believe you are. Want to know how I can make that promise? Listen to the podcast episode below where I tell my own story!

Get to know Georgia

Hear Leah (a former “Georgia”!) tell her story

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If you are a Georgia and want to dive deeper, enter a valid email to receive resources including

Stop Comparing Yourself : Practical tips for seeing yourself more clearly