Overcome Doubt & Know That You Are Enough
With Megan Fenyoe
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An Air Force Veteran, licensed therapist, transformation coach and empowerment leader, Megan faced abuse and trauma at many points of her life. Today, she helps her clients build confidence & clarity, inspires and empowers them to work through their own personal challenges. Her “I AM Enough Movement”, simply started out as a personal passion project, which turned into a global movement.
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About Megan Fenyoe
Megan Fenyoe is an Air Force Veteran, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Therapist (LCSW), Speaker and Trainer, Host of The Blonde Bombshell Podcast and I Am Enough TV, Founder and CEO of the international I AM ENOUGH movement™ a 501c3 Non-Profit Organization and Freedom Haven.
She is an Amazon Best Selling Author and recently published her book You Are Enough: 5 Steps To Move From Struggle To Strength. She has been featured on SiriusXM Radio including the Jenny McCarthy show and over 300 TV/Radio Shows and podcasts.
Megan has gone through many struggles throughout her life most recently being involved in a narcissistic abusive marriage. She was left traumatized and this is when she began questioning if she was enough. For many years she was living a life without meaning and purpose.
Megan’s life began to change when she finally said yes to herself and walked away from the abuse. She has successfully transformed every area of her life using her proven 5 Step System and is now living a vibrant, beautiful life. A life where she truly believes she is enough.
Working as a Mental Health Therapist for the past 15 years, Megan is considered an expert in her field. Her area of expertise is the mind and the way it affects behavior and well-being.
Through coaching, leadership, consulting and speaking engagements, Megan has helped hundreds of people accurately assess their challenges and identify ways they can change – capitalizing on the strengths they already have while building new ones.
Megan focuses on cognitive restructuring and reality testing thoughts as well as a host of other Cognitive-Behavioral Techniques (CBT). She has a sustained commitment to facilitating positive transformation and human-to-human connection with each person she works with.
Megan’s passion and purpose is to help you (1) build confidence, (2) find clarity in getting what you truly want in life (3) get inspired to take action towards building the life of your dreams, and (4) empower you to believe you are enough!
Megan, thank you for sharing your story. I gives me hope that I can overcome the triplets – not good enough, not worthy, not deserving.
Thank you Richa and Thank you Megan. Thank you for your service too
Thank you Megan for sharing your story! I have been in a marriage for 23 years with a covert narcissist. I know I can say the first 20 years were so confusing and traumatic but I had no idea what I was dealing with. When I finally heard this term and started researching and reading books and listening to podcast the dots were then connected for me to form the picture that I needed to move forward. I moved out in January 2018 although I’m right down the road in a rental. But I have been healing and I to suffer through a lot of the PTSD that have been doing a lot better for the last several months I did work with Craven, counselors clinical counselors in one man that is a psychologist and counselor and he also studied herbology. And even though I was doing yoga and traumatic release exercises I could not shake the panic attacks and waking up in the middle of the night with my insides shaking. He told me to start taking rhodiola rosea which is an adaptogenic herb. He said 500 mg in the morning and 500 at night. I only do the 500 at night. But it is completely safe and natural from what I’m being told and my experience with that since for many months along with the detox from my ex has been phenomenal. He says it combats those cortisol surges. I am sleeping through the night for the most part. I’m waking up calm. This is enormous! I don’t know if your address to send your book but could be an idea for the future… You could talk about your faith and relating to your marriage or leaving. I stayed so long because I felt like I had enough Faith to stay and God would heal this. But I think the reality is I didn’t have enough Faith to leave. Since I’ve been out I know my Lord Has Come Close. And he has been a wonderful father, counselor, provider, husband, Etc I can’t figure out how to reread this comment so I hope there aren’t a lot of typos.
It shouldn’t say Craven it should say grief and Trauma counselor. And it should also say I don’t know if you addressed this in your current books but could be an idea for the future … about writing about your faith and how it relates to your decision to stay as long as you did or your decision to leave. I know Jesus doesn’t waste anything we’ve gone through.