Kat Murdock is an Australian mother of three, a business owner, a farmer, a horse whisperer, a sports coach, and a brilliant daughter! Presently, she is now the author of self-help and self-improvement books for women based on her own life story and experiences.
In the past, she has been sad, lonely, lost, invisible, burnt out, hurt, and at the bottom of a dark, confusing hole for most of her life. Times were tough, and as most women do, she played many roles in life and rarely had the time nor the knowledge to really get to know herself.
Kat couldn’t afford counsellors or psychologists and living rurally would have put her on a country, mile-long waiting list. At her lowest, she was quiet and without words to describe how she felt.
Throughout her life, Kat used to suffer from the expectation that she should “line up for things” and be the “Yes” girl. She also struggled with other people, bringing people into her life even though they had no right to be there.
She oftentimes asked herself a question that many of us have asked before: Where do we start?
Through her journey Kat wanted to help other women so she created the self-improvement workbook for women as part of the Relationships 5.0 series.
She embarked on a journey through writing, listening, moving her body, and enlightenment in order to lift herself out of that hole. After years of hard work, she is now happy with her life and has a newfound passion for showing women how to really find a home in their own souls and be authentic.
Even now, she wouldn’t describe herself as depressed, anxious, or menopausal anymore.
Kat Murdock has filtered the best of the information out there into a concise workbook for powerful change and guidance.
With her honesty, power, and kindness, along with a lot of love to share, Kat has realized the great need for a stepping stone between despair and professional services. She doesn’t want women to waste precious time like she did, for suicide rates to continue rising, or for domestic violence to continue.
Kat’s workbook is the tool that women need to identify if it’s a “Black Dog Day” or a “Black Cat Day” where you can love and lift yourself out of despair.
Armed with the experience of her life as a daughter, a mother of three, a farmer’s wife, and a full-time boss, Kat shares her insights on how to persevere against the many challenges that women face. Healing is not linear, and everyone’s story is different, so follow the guide as it suits you and create your own set of posts and tools to navigate your way through.
Her book offers a guiding light for women everywhere, helping them navigate through the haunted woods of life and womanhood and, in essence, sends out the message that “You’re not alone, let me help you, help you.”