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About Truwellbeing

Hi, I am Bianca and I am the founder of TruWellbeing.

In 2007 I began to feel the ill effects of stress. Combined with a high-pressure job, I rarely exercised, I didn’t eat a healthy, balanced diet and drank a couple glasses of wine in the evening to help me ‘de-stress’. I was suffering digestive problems, fatigue, insomnia and hated going into work. I just shrugged my shoulder and got on with it. Everyone else seemed to be in the same boat, I didn’t even think that it could be different. Sound familiar?

Over the next 5 years I became more ill and unhappy. I received a diagnosis of anxiety, depression chronic fatigue syndrome and I had developed an unhealthy relationship with alcohol.

After 2 years of feeling pretty miserable, I barely recognised myself. I had lost my confidence, self-worth and any sense of control.

I was sick and tired of feeling… sick and tired.

I couldn’t change other people, I couldn’t make my work be supportive or appreciative and I couldn’t make my 5 stone weight gain disappear. I decided there and then to make changes to myself – from the inside out.

I had difficulty finding suitable support from local services and the little support that was available was oversubscribed and had long waiting lists. I knew wanted to make change and I had to do it on my own.

In my recovery, I started to get well, happy and healthy – I saw amazing results – not only in me but also those around me. I then realised I wasn’t the only person in the world struggling with the pressures of work, relationships and parenting.

Do you have the balance in your life that you’re looking for?
What is TruWellbeing?

Much like a sports coach can help an athlete improve in their chosen sport, life coaching can help you get the best out of your life. The philosophy is about making small changes that have a big, positive impact – like a comb that can straighten and smooth-out tangles when life gets a bit messy.

I have retrained and received qualifications and accreditation in nutrition, counselling, NLP and life-coaching. I have developed a unique programme called ‘inside out’. The workshops and private coaching build on 12 years of experience coaching & mentoring in education.

I am committed to change attitudes and stigmas associated with mental health – and I’m a proud advocate of each of us speaking out and supporting each other by reinforcing “it’s OK to say when you’re not OK”.

I donate 10% of my profits to MIND – for better mental health.

What are the weekly workshops?

The weekly workshops are designed to help you sort out life and get it back in control. Just like a sports coach can help an athlete improve, life coaching can help you get the best out of your life.

Every week we cover a different fun, engaging and motivational topic that will help your self-development. The environment is supportive and you could make some lifelong friends with like-minded people.

The workshops run continuously every week and you don’t have to come to everyone – although they’re great so you’ll probably want to.

‘Inside Out’ workshops run on Tuesdays: 10am in Plympton Library 7pm at the Jan Cutting Centre, while the ‘Empowering Mums’ workshop is at 1.15pm on Fridays at Quaker House. The first workshop is free, and prices start from £4.38 per workshop.

What is private coaching?

For people who want to invest in themselves and see quicker results then private coaching is the best solution for many of my clients.

Life coaching has helped my clients in many areas of their lives. It could help you too. For instance, you could achieve a better work-life balance, explore your potential or realise your career goals. It may also help you become happier and more fulfilled at home, help you find your purpose, boost your confidence or help you become more motivated.

Private coaching is available by appointment. An initial 30-minute consultation is free, and prices are from £30 per session.

So, the question is…
“what do you want to achieve”?


If You Always Do What You’ve Always Done, You Always Get What You’ve Always Gotten

  • If you want to make improvements to your life, assess and appreciate the importance of your happiness and you’re willing to invest some time in achieving it then YES this is for you.
  • If you’re saying to yourself – “sounds good, but I’ve got too much going on” – then this you consider these question:
    – When is the right time to put yourself first?
    – What needs to happen before you take action?

Book your first session now – call Bianca 07764 363716

Book online @ www.truwellbeing.com

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