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Meet Sarah

I have always loved conversations that are real, intimate and gritty.

I went on an expedition to Costa Rica, when I was 16, and I was nicknamed 'Honest.'

When people meet me today they often say, "I love your energy and honesty."

Sharing my vulnerable truths, whether they are embarrassing, shameful or downright marvelous, has always come naturally to me. It's not a choice I make. It's who I am.The other truth is that I didn't always know how to share my truths with grace and love. I used to be a very proud ball-buster. I spent a lot of time looking good on the outside. I was well-educated, cultured, attractive, had traveled extensively, played the piano, rode horses, skied, and seemed outgoing and personable. I was all of these things and I was masking a slew of insecurities that ruled my life.

I believe we are as sick as our secrets and our truths will set us free.

Here are some of my vulnerable truths:

I liked so many guys and would spend ages chasing them, thinking about them, only to push them away when they showed real interest because I was scared to really be seen. I felt so confused because I didn't understand my patterns.

I could only have sex after I'd been drinking.

I signed-up for my own radio show at university only to ditch it at the last minute because I was so overcome with fear and what-if's. What if nobody liked me? What if I sounded stupid? What if I picked songs that aren't cool? I told people it didn't work out or some other vague excuse.

I was bullied at age 10 by three girls and ended up moving school. It was a really tough year at such a seminal age and made me very smothering in all my friendships to come. I felt heartbroken and, for the next decade, had a string of friends leave me, saying they didn't want to be my friend anymore. Again, I didn't understand what was happening but i felt the pain.

I had some family members that struggled with addiction and it created a lot of uncertainty, distrust and chaos in my life, which made me only more determined to have it all together on the outside. Of course I didn't know this was what I was doing at the time.

I used food as a way to deal with my inner emotional mess.

I landed a great job and spent the whole time blaming my employers for their ineptness and inability to see my value. I pointed the finger so much that I struggled with my health for over a year and ended up in the hospital with total burn-out.

I followed many passions like living in Buenos Aires, doing a thesis for my Master's degree that was unusual and that I loved, ditched my paid research position in Grad school for an editorial position at a local newspaper interviewing entrepreneurs and writing their stories, working in the lingerie industry because I could never find a bra that fit, moved to the States when I was 22 with two suitcases and about $100....all the while feeling pride and an underlying off-ness.

Because I have felt a lot of disconnection, deep, meaningful connection has always been really attractive to me. Today, I experience it in spades. Why?

Because I've done my work, and continue to do it.

My clients and close friends say I'm intuitive, caring, an absolute riot, honest, and that I strike a great balance between firm and fluid.

I'm thrilled to create safe spaces where we can explore and express all of our magic. In doing so we give other women permission to do the same and that is how we create change that is so much bigger than us.

With so much love,

Sarah xxx


Sarah T. Moore - Certified Professional Life Coach - MA, ACC, CPC, ELI-MP

  • M.A. Comparative Literature and Culture
  • Associate Certified Coach
  • Certified Professional Coach
  • Energy Leadership Index Master Practitioner
  • B.A. (Hons) Hispanic Studies and Linguistics