I hope you love you.

Until that Thursday, I would have told you that the best thing about me was my independence. But there I was, in the middle of the workday curled up in the stairwell of a skyscraper sobbing and hyperventilating, deep in depression, recovering from my second panic attack, sick of hating the version of life I thought I’d finally love.

Two hours later, I happened to turn on a podcast and hear Sebastian Junger explaining the severe effects of loneliness on soldiers after war. I froze as I listened to him explain the toughest men alive experiencing the same symptoms I had-- me, your standard farm-raised girl turned white collar city slicker. 

I thought the human condition was feeling lonely all the time, no matter who we were with. I thought the strong people were the ones who ignored that feeling.

Learning that the toughest men alive needed each other, that connection was a big part of what made them tough, turned my world on its head. My independence wasn’t my greatest strength; it was the hidden reason I didn’t want to keep living anymore.

That is when relationships became my obsession, my life or death, my everything. As I learned how to communicate, how to understand the hidden secrets behind our anger, how to release resentment, how to finally be understood deeply, how to embrace my own humanness so that I could embrace others’, my relationships healed me more than any self-improvement tactic ever had.  My relationships are what made my life one that I absolutely love living, even when things sucks.

Now, everything I do is in an effort to fight loneliness. My purpose in life is to help as many people as possible finally have the love I believe they deserve, because loneliness is killing us from the inside out. And love, radical acceptance and love for ourselves and each other, will give us a more vibrant life than we dare to dream of.

Most people walk around feeling broken, when they’re really just a little too alone. We can overcome that. I hope my work helps.

I hope you love your day. I hope you love. you.


“If I have to be like you, I fit in. If I get to be me, I belong.”
- Dr. Brene Brown

Who is

Morgan Burch

Certified Neuro-Linguistic Programming Master Practitioner
Certified Master Coach
Certified Mental Health Coach,
specialization in Parts Work

Currently pursuing: 
Licensed Therapist Designation

Relationship Coach


6 things
about morgan


my favorite smell 


my favorite smell is engine oil, because it reminds me of my grandpa who was my bff growing up

I'm married to the love of my life, my short asian king


My people


I love love love strangers.
I have a compulsion to make friends with everyone I meet.
If you see me, say hi.

My people are my everything

All about

Slow mornings, silver linings, good music, easy laughs, any kind of dancing, old books, and new days.


Hustle culture, same old same old, people pleasing, notifications, long emails, comparison, homogeny.

You too? we're probably a great fit.