Paige Spiranac Shares How Therapy Changed Her Life for the Better

The social media influencer also revealed that she’s ‘never been happier.’
Paige Spiranac

Paige Spiranac. 

Paige Spiranac has been kicking off the start of a new week with Instagram story Q&A sessions lately, and we’re enjoying getting to learn a little bit more about the influencer with each one.

On Sept. 18, the 30-year-old golf instructor donned a bright blue tank top and wore her hair in a a half ponytail as she responded to questions about her collegiate golf achievements, whether or not she wants to have children one day, and her secret to happiness: therapy.

“Therapy changed my life in such a positive way, I was able to talk about things that I was going through and things that I wanted to change, and I was given helpful tips and tools to be able to handle those situations,” she explained. “I woke up one day a couple years ago and I was miserable. I felt like I was living my life for everyone else, and I just made a ton of really big life changes, a bunch of really hard decisions, and I have never been happier in my life, and it’s because I’m living my life in the way that I want to.”

Spiranac noted that today, she’s much happier with who she is and the ways in which she chooses to spend her time than she has been in prior years. Regardless of what others think, she said she chose to focus on what brings her happiness and joy.

“You have to work on yourself,” she stated. “And I took the time to work on myself, and it’s slowly paying off.”

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Cara O’Bleness


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