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Meet Pearl

Women's Master Empowerment Coach

Pearl Mashour

Women's Master Empowerment Coach

I must admit my spiritual journey hasn’t always been a constant presence in my life.  During my formative years, my desire for perfectionism was of greatest importance.  Throughout my upbringing, I found myself relentlessly chasing top grades, struggling to find a balance between relaxation and enjoyment.  This pursuit of perfectionism persisted into my adult years when I felt compelled to embody the flawless mother and curator of an impeccable household.  No dish remained unwashed overnight; each morning I saw to it that the beds were always neatly made and my daughters adorned with the finest bows.

I found myself caught in the constant pursuit of weight loss from my three pregnancies and an unyielding need to be the perfect mother. Even when fatigue from caring for my three children set in, I pushed myself to both exercise and fulfill my “motherly duties,” like baking cookies for the bake sale and volunteering at their school.  This cycle seemed never-ending.  In my 30s, an unexpected bout of shingles struck, an ailment uncommon for someone of my age.  My health became an ongoing impediment in my life.  As my children matured, I gradually became more fatigued and lacked the same energy.  I began to feel like I had faded into the background.   My cherished pastime of reading seemed like a distant memory, and I struggled to make time for my once-beloved hobbies, interests, and dreams.

Upon crossing the threshold into my 40s, my exhaustion deepened, accompanied by sporadic back pains that began to trouble me. The turning point occurred during a Christmas recital.  This was the occasion when I found myself responsible for preparing not only my daughter but also numerous other girls for a ballet performance. I lost count of the ballet buns I meticulously crafted, only to be suddenly struck by a searing pain on the right side of my body, rendering me virtually immobile. At the same time, I developed excruciating pain, swelling, and discoloration in the joints of my hands. I panicked questioning whether I had experienced some form of debilitating disorder.  After that night, more complications developed, and I knew my body was speaking to me. Eventually after many months and multiple doctor visits, I was diagnosed with Raynaud’s syndrome and possible rheumatological disease.


My journey took a pivotal turn as I had a moment of epiphany regarding the abuse I had subjected my body to all these years.

My body, the tool with which my ability to function hinged, had chosen to protest.  It was a wake-up call, forcing me to confront the reality that my well-being was paramount to tending to my family’s needs.  A resounding truth echoed; I couldn’t adequately care for my loved ones without first nurturing my own mental and physical health.


With this realization, I embarked on a journey of self-discovery, a path to becoming more confident and delving deep into the essence of who I truly was.


Now as your coach, I aspire to help you on your journey of self-discovery. I know many of you who are reading this can probably relate to the feelings of exhaustion, mother’s guilt or just simply forgetting who you are all together. But it’s never too late- let us work together to give you that fulfilled life.  The life that you not only desire but truly deserve.

May I be happy. May I learn and grow from my challenges. May I accept myself just as I am. May I be kind to myself, and at peace.

"I appreciated being asked and enjoyed our conversation. You're a great interviewer - conversational, prepared, engaging."

-Dr. Heather Backstrom

"So inspirational. All about woman empowerment. Very authentic, speaking from the heart and relatable to everyday topics."



"You don’t become what you want, you become what you believe.”

― Oprah Winfrey

"Your calm mind is the ultimate weapon against your challenges."

Bryant McGill

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