By Adam Lippin, Nicolette Cetrulo
Let’s, for a moment, think about how people once thought about psychiatry, acupuncture, massage therapy, and yoga. When these were introduced, they were met with a lot of skepticism. Consider also when online dating started, and people were embarrassed to admit they met someone through an online dating site.
At one point or another, every great invention and movement has to prove its value and deal with skeptics. The good thing about this is that the thought leaders and entrepreneurs in these movements have to get really clear as to what exactly the service is, as well as what value it provides: and they have to be strong in the face of criticism.
At Cuddlist, we embrace the skepticism and the controversy because it forces us to be focused on and really clear about what we are and aren’t, the services we provide, and what we’re about.
We are about empowering our clients to be their best selves, to recognize their shared humanity, and their ability to be seen, heard, valued, and understood. We create a safe space for our clients to practice social skills, discover consent and boundaries, and feel completely supported in a positive, healthy way.
Our Cuddlist practitioners are among the kindest, most generous, loving, and supportive people you will ever want to meet. They will skillfully share a session with you that will not only make you feel better and happier, but has the potential to be life changing.
There’s a saying, “all you need to be truly successful is 20 seconds of courage.”
So if you feel like this is something you would be interested in but you feel scared and nervous, count to twenty and take the action by requesting a session. It might just change your life.