Danielle Boose provides life coaching support for youth in the community. While she pursues higher education, Danielle spends her time empowering young adults between 13 to 18 years of age. She aims to help college age students as well, and offer mental health support and life coaching services at that level. On top of giving youth life skills they need to succeed at home, professionally and scholastically, Danielle also works part time as a community based counselor. To add to all that, she’s also a mother of two. Danielle s accomplishing a lot, and devoting her time to empowering and supporting women and young people in our world.
Danielle tells Airial how she found the Veteran Woman podcast, what she’s all about as a professional and an individual, as well as what made her want to be a guest on the podcast.
She shares a little more about the complexity she faces in her life, and all of the moving parts she needs to work with on a day to day basis. She describes the various ways she shares her message and her story, and talks about giving back to the youth community.
Danielle explains what it’s like to have a child with a mental health diagnosis, and the importance of having a support system. She also talks about how crucial self care is, and how to accomplish it without being selfish.
“We can help younger women, and help carve them into the women we need them to be so they can continue to go out here and continue to do big things.”
“Trying to maintain my own sanity, while maintaining a company, while in school, while being a mother, so taking care of those responsibilities, and on top of that I had my own health issues.”
“I take it piece by piece and I have a good support system.”
“If I don’t practice self care then everything falls apart.”
“Start Small and build yourself up”