Or perhaps, you've been in a relationship much of your life, most of them toxic or even abusive.


Deep down you worry there is something wrong with you if you've had so many bad relationships. 

Maybe after your past toxic relationship ended, you swore off dating.


You've been single for so long the idea of putting yourself out there again is incredibly nerve-wracking.


You don't even know where to start.

Your past does not need to hold power over your future.

Your Resilient Rebound Wing Woman 

Ann Dypiangco 

As a recovering perfectionist and people pleaser (I'm an enneagram Type 1, Wing 2) I know that my greatest strengths are also my greatest weaknesses. I've seen this is also true for many of the resilient women I work with. Compassionate, generous women whose kindness has been exploited. Or women who have the ability to see the good and potential in others even if it means they start putting their own needs aside. This is why boundaries and self-care are so incredibly important to me in my personal life and in the work I do. Early morning yoga sessions, my ridiculous addiction to Spindrift sparkling water, and binging 'This Is Us' are some of my favorite ways to take care of myself.


Because one thing I know for sure? The relationship we have with ourselves, is the most important we will ever have.