Cultivate Confidence. Disrupt the Stigma of Cannabis - 420 Dating

Cultivate Confidence. Disrupt the Stigma of Cannabis - 420 Dating

June 20, 2017

Quickly develop lasting confidence by working one on one with Molly Peckler, the world’s first Cannabis Friendly Life Coach and Dating Expert. Highly Devoted Coaching is available to cannabis enthusiasts around the world via Skype.

At Highly Devoted Coaching, we work with responsible cannabis consumers who defy the stoner stigma. These people are smart, successful and well respected in their communities, but rather than medicating or unwinding with pharmaceuticals or alcohol, they prefer cannabis. These subtle consumers look like everyone else from the outside, and they may feel the need to be secretive about their passion for cannabis, because they’ve faced judgement in the past.

We’re dedicated to helping members of this long-ignored group of people build confidence and meet the ideal cannabis-friendly partner. Highly Devoted Coaching is about facilitating action, not soaring metaphors or the Law of Attraction. Our logical, bullshit-free approach utilizes many concepts from the scrum methodology of project development, as well as scientifically backed methods for hacking confidence. We help our clients quickly disrupt self-sabotage, establish clear goals, and implement logical strategies to achieve them.

Why Cannabis Friendly Coaching?

Many mainstream coaches, therapists and matchmakers don't understand just how beneficial responsible cannabis consumption can be in life or in a relationship, and we provide a safe space without judgment. If smoking a joint or hitting a vape during a coaching session makes you feel more comfortable opening up, go for it! Our Head Coach Molly is a longtime cannabis enthusiast, and it's one of the reasons she and her husband are so compatible. We respect fellow cannabis consumers, and we understand where they're coming from.

In addition to all of its medicinal uses, we’ve experienced how cannabis gives perspective, increases focus, reduces stress and anxiety, and enhances connections with others. We want to help consumers become confident in their relationship with cannabis, because cannabis is a perfect analogy for being genuine and accepting yourself as you are. That’s the true definition of confidence.

Cannabis consumers can make excellent partners, but dating is far more complex because of the stigma and judgement you can face when meeting new people. The most efficient way to combat that issue is by creating a thoughtful and detailed plan of attack, and that’s what we specialize in at Highly Devoted Coaching.

We help clients gain closure and learn lessons from past relationships, identify all the components necessary in an ideal partner, and then create online and offline dating strategies to pinpoint the ideal cannabis friendly partner. Once you meet someone new, it can be tricky finding the right way to bring up cannabis, and we’ve developed strategies for successfully walking that tightrope as well. If cannabis is an important part of your life, you’ll be disappointed if it’s not reflected in your search.

Build Confidence with Highly Devoted Coaching

We're all born with the ability to be confident, but we let fear and toxic thought patterns get in the way. Confidence comes down to doing what makes you happy, not what others think you should do. It’s about being authentic and true to yourself, and everyone is capable of that, especially when you have an expert coach in your corner. To schedule your free coaching consultation with Molly today click here.



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