Putting the Past on the Present
Episode 88 of The Path to Authenticity features the return of Lesley B. Lesley is a love coach, entrepreneur, and philosopher who is committed to showing you how to attract and thrive in a soulful relationship. Born and raised on the east coast, she says she has been passionate about psychology, philosophy, and love for as long as she can remember. Hers is the story of a hopeless romantic who could never seem to get it right. She now enjoys a the type relationship she never thought possible. She says she’s living proof that the cycle of heartbreak that many of us endure can be broken. Learn more about Lesley’s work on her YouTube Channel. You can also find her on Pinterest. Hear more from Lesley in episodes 77 and 87.
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