Hi! I'm Sarah
I’m a hilarious, irreverent, and creative personal growth junkie.
I host the Lit AF podcast by night and I am an attachment coach by day.
I offer one on one coaching to fearful-avoidant women who struggle with chaotic relationships to recondition their fears and understand their needs so that they can feel supported and safe in relationships again.
This is why I started the Lit AF podcast.
About Lit AF Podcast
Inspired by the truth that we are all born worthy, Lit AF is a hilarious and inclusive podcast created to empower you exactly where you are right now on your road to secure attachment. It's here to support you living the securely lit life that you deserve.
Each episode feels like friends having a conversation in the room with you.
We focus on conversations about personal and spiritual growth with attachment theory in mind to help you heal, discover, and fall in love with yourself
Photos from the first Lit AF podcast interview with Cassandra Love Lambert an amazing body artist and certified EFT coach. We talked about how to sparkle from inside out and healing childhood trauma.
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About Sarah Cohan
I am a recovering fearful-avoidant which means I inconsistently oscillated from anxious-preoccupied to dismissive-avoidant attachment in my relationships.
I grew up with a lot of unhealed trauma. I didn't understand why I was always comparing myself to others and feeling unsafe most of the time. I used to run hot and cold in relationships and had mega trust issues.
Using attachment theory I have developed an understanding of my feelings, my needs, and deep respect for boundaries.
I have reprogrammed old fears and beliefs that were outdated and developed tools to communicate to my loved ones, family, and bosses in order to feel safe and supported in my relationships.
It's my passion to share these healing tools with women in order to live with safe and supportive relationships. It's a real game changer!
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Transformed By Birth by Britta Bushnell
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Own your emotions and actions. Even though you're not responsible for your past trauma you are responsible for healing it.
Be open to change and transformation. We are committed to providing a transformative experience across all our work.
Being honest with yourself and others around you is the most important element to change.
We believe every person regardless of race, gender, ableness, or sexual orientation is equal and deserving of love. We strive to serve the needs of these communities.
Healing can and should be fun. We do not use fun or laughter as an escape but rather as a tool for healing and self-soothing.
When we are wrong we are committed to owning, communicating, and repairing the issue.