“Human beings, by changing the inner attitudes of their minds, can change the outer aspects of their lives”.
– William James
If you are a patient and have landed on this page then you have first hand experience of living with a major illness. I can only imagine the emotional upheaval that you may be going through. I do know it through my mother, sister, aunt and two best friends. The fear and stress of the unknown can sap the energy from you, leaving little to enjoy life. Your voice may have faded and be unable to be heard.
It is your right to live your life to the end of your life and to make choices that are in alignment with your values and beliefs. Time is a gift, why not live it.
Participate in any one of my coaching programs you will learn and benefit:
• All emotions and feelings are normal and natural, and you are not alone
• Gain courage and empowerment
• Discover your inner peace
• Develop confidence and inner strengths reducing stress and fear of the unknown
• Create action plans using new tools and strategies for forward movement and support
• Discover meaning and purpose comes in many forms
Each persons journey through cancer or major illness is unique, however there is a common thread. Let me support you and help you. Together you can live your life to the end of life in an extraordinary way.
Call Sharon at 856-270-2308
or email: Sharon@GoodGriefCoaching.com
“Sharon has been instrumental to me since I have been diagnosed with cancer. She has supported me in so many ways. Her understanding and compassion are one of the many qualities that are so very special. Through her listening and with humor Sharon has helped me see things in a whole new light.” JG, Breast & Bone Cancer Patient
“Sharon helped me further understand the grief process, I only wish we had more time in her workshop.”
GA Prostate Cancer Survivor
“I attended one of Sharon’s workshops, it was exciting and engaging! The card game tool was really helpful and a great way to help others. Not one thing was missing from this workshop.” TE, Prostate Cancer Survivor & Facilitator