Your whole life has changed. Everything seems to have disappeared in an instant. What now? It’s time to have clarity and deal with the hand you’ve been dealt.
You thought you had life planned out, but now you don’t even know who you are anymore. It’s time to discover who you are.
You feel emotionally stuck, going around and around, and you can’t figure out how to change it. You’re tired of being this way. It’s time for YOU to have support & empowerment through this, so YOU can re-imagine, re-engage and re-create yourself and your life, one step at a time.
It’s time to see the possibilities, so you can take those steps, NOW instead of someday!
GoodGrief is here to help anyone who has experienced loss or change whether through divorce, illness (cancer) or death of a loved one. We create a partnership and collaborate together so you can find your way through and beyond your life transition.
GoodGrief will help you find your inner motivation, see choices and possibilities so you can
re-imagine, re-enage and re-create yourself and your life, NOW instead of someday.
If you feel:
• That your life has lost it’s purpose and you want to discover what that is
• You’re not sure what do or how to do it, and you want to find the clarity and create a plan
• You feel stuck and can’t figure out how to change it and you want something new
• You don’t feel understood and you want support and empowerment
GoodGrief is for you.
Call Sharon at 856-270-2308
or email: Sharon@GoodGriefCoaching.com
“I contacted Sharon when I was feeling like I was being swallowed up by my grief after my husband’s death. I was getting overwhelmed by my experience and needed guidance, support and encouragment. Sharon has helped me on my path to healing and personal self growth. She has been a catalyst to me adjusting my perspective on anger as it relates to my husband, helped me to not personalize and feel shame, as well as lighted the path on my journey towards being more loving and courageous in my current relationships. I believed that if I let go of the anger, I would let go of him. With her help, I have been able to put my grief into perspective, cherish the memories of my late husband and share openly with our daughter. Thank you Sharon, I will pay it forward.” – Kim Fuller