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As a person who lived with codependency and low self-esteem, I had a warped sense of responsibility and attachment. I was very giving, sacrificing, and consumed with the needs and desires of others while putting myself last on the list. I was attracted to emotionally unavailable, abusive men and found it hard to love myself.  My own unmet needs, lack of love, and security in my childhood positioned me to be the fixer, the problem solver, and the doer of the group. It was a way of living to avoid the pain of being unloved but also a never-ending job of proving my love and loyalty to others.

I was always shy and withdrawn as a child but after being molested by my favorite uncle, my world became much more isolated. I constantly had thoughts of unworthiness and that something was wrong with me. My feelings of unworthiness and inadequacy did not go away with time. Following my first relationship, these thoughts were accompanied by hopelessness, low self-esteem, and self-hatred.


My teenage boyfriend was very abusive and controlling. The aftermath of this relationship left me unable to look people in the eye, afraid to speak, anxious, and nervous around others.

I didn't get any help and these symptoms didn't go away; they grew. Around the age of 17, suicidal thoughts drove me to my first attempt to take my life.

​I breezed through life without real goals, motivation, or ambition. My unaddressed trauma (emotional and physical) continued to haunt me throughout life. I was involved with several unfaithful men and ended up in an abusive relationship as an adult. Low self-esteem and self-worth didn't just affect my intimate relationships. It affected all my relationships and aspects of my life, including the friends I choose, how I raised my children, my career, and my life goals.

After my second divorce, I found myself on the brink of a nervous breakdown and had to make a choice. The choice to continue to play the role of the victim or stare down defeat and decide to battle it head-on with one goal in mind: winning. Little did I know that my harrowing encounters with toxic relationships, the crippling aftermath, and growing through pains would lead me to my success.


That day in 2011, as I sat on the service debating if I should check myself into the hospital was my wake-up call. After two failed marriages, starting a challenging new job, raises three children alone, financially broken and spiritually bankrupt, I knew I was at the end of the road and something desperately needed to change. ME! Was it easy, no. Was it worth it, yes!

So now I coach other women through these same pains but not at the expense of losing myself. But at the willingness of my client's essence to change, value, and love themselves more. Through the transformation, you finally discover who we are, build sustainable confidence, and create an uncompromising quality of life.

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Kimesha Coleman is an Award-Winning Author hailed by her first book titled He Loves Me Not: Buried Tears of Betrayed Love winning the 2017 Indie Author Legacy Award for Social Awareness. Kimesha is an overcomer of abuse and a courageous writer of her kind publishing her latest book Pretty On Pretty Off, which eludes an internal fight of mental captivity ensemble by a groundbreaking victory of self-love and mastery. Kimesha is known for working with survivors and has documented the healing techniques she used in the book and journal guide Mastering Self-Esteem: 5 Steps to Move from Suffering to Contentment. She holds an MBA in Business Management and Leadership from WGU and is a certified Results Coach.

As an expert, Kimesha has appeared on KTXD-TV as the co-host of the Lifestyle segment of the Cynthia Austin Show. She has also been featured in Vogue Dallas Magazine,   Dallas Weekly, BBU Magazine, CSSJ American Public Health Association Documentary and appeared on The Ladies Lounge Radio Talk Show on KJBN 1050AM, BBS Radio, Shift Your Life podcast, Conversations that Heal podcast, CCNEC/Africa) and many more radio shows.

For a job well done!, Kimesha received the WEC Winning Women Award in 2016; for her exemplary work in the community, promoting awareness around teen dating and domestic violence. Kimesha has broken so many grounds and added value to humanity, especially women in distress. She has used her voice and passion for the total well-being of women in her community. As an active community leader, she has partnered with Crime Survivors for Safety and Justice and has served in many other ways in the past including as the Co-Chair of the Desoto Police Domestic Violence Advisory Commission, mentored women at Concord Church, Genesis shelter, and at Hope Mansion.

Kimesha was raised in Oak Cliff, a neighborhood in Dallas, TX.  She is a proud mother of three children, Demond, Madison, and Chance.