At age of 28, Carey Bailey appeared to be living the ideal life. She was married to her college sweetheart and working at a high profile church as a Youth Director – the job she had dreamed of since she was fifteen. What others didn’t know was that inside she was dying. Carey was working over 60 hours each week at a job that discouraged creativity and required strict conformity. She felt helpless and hopeless as she watched her marriage unravel and eventually end, fueled by the alcohol abuse of her young husband. As she waded through rising and uncharted waters, her appetite waned. The church where she had invested her time and heart was peering in and as Carey’s life spiraled out of control, they move from an attitude of supportive oversight to one of discipline and domination.
Not only did her body have a desire for food, but her soul was craving more from the life she was living. FRom that point on she fought for what it meant to truly LIVE a balanced and abundant life.
Carey now lives a congruent life with her husband and two children. As a certified Life Coach, she encourages other women to create change in their own lives with the Holy Spirit at the helm.
You can find Carey at:http://www.careybailey.com/
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Carey, we must be soul-sistas because you are speaking my love language when I read, “[she] encourages other women to create change in their own lives with the Holy Spirit at the helm.” I’m so glad you’re a living testimony for God to change us, literally from the inside (of our stomach) and out!
Change is only possible with the Holy Spirit in-charge, right? So much freedom in not trying to do it all myself any more.
With Joy, Carey
Carey is my life coach. It is so interesting to hear how God takes the things we wish did not happen to us and uses them to enable us to help others. I am so glad Carey is allowing God to use her this way.
So glad to be walking with Dianne! With Joy, Carey