Meet Ms.Marisha

If anyone can truthfully share about the burdens of burnout, what life feels like to be miserably unfulfilled, stuck with no ideas or energy to move forward and shamefully possess a belief that they don’t even have what it takes to pursue life’s next best steps even if the “yellow brick road” was right in front of them – it would certainly be me!

THIS WAS ME.

All by the age of 25! Yep, my “mid-20s life crisis.”

Here’s my story…click to watch.

What I found to be ridiculous about all that was happening in my life back then, was that I believed “I did everything right.”

I was on a rapid downward spiral that only grew more and more out of control the more I feared, forced, and frustrated I became with fighting to fix my life. It was a silent struggle – mentally, financially, emotionally, physically, spiritually. I was too embarrassed to admit what my existence was becoming. 

You can read more about my crumbling walls that became the rubble I used to rebuild my temple.

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These adversities became assets that have all led me to the passion I get to express in my work today.

Here’s my new story that I not only wrote, but actually get to wake up each day and live as an author, facilitator of storytelling for healing workshops, guiding groups in community wellness experiences, and curating ZENtertainment™ – meaningful media designed to return humanity back home – to harmony!

Marisha obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology with an emphasis in Social Services, a minor in Psychology and Spanish from the University of California at Davis and a Masters in Educational Leadership. She is in the final stages of completing her certification as a Transform Your Health: Write To Heal™ Facilitator under the leadership of Duke Integrative Medicine Writing Clinician and Integrative Health Coach, Dr. John F. Evans, MAT, MA, EdD. In addition to her storytelling series, community wellness experiences, and ZENtertainment™ initiatives, Ms. Marisha serves as a Faculty Associate for the Arizona State University School of Social Work Integrative Health Initiative teaching Stress Management Tools to undergraduate students in Downtown Phoenix, Arizona.

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