I have not been myself in months.
And no one has even noticed.
Where do I go from here?
If you are experiencing the emptiness that comes with loss, we understand.
As long as I live, I will never forget the look on Sharon’s face when she said, “Honey, I am so sorry, he drowned.”
I was just 32 years old when my 10-year-old son Austin drowned.
At that very moment my life was changed forever.
I struggled to understand how I would ever live again.
When I allowed myself to get quiet, all I could feel was the pain of brokenness in my heart.
All I wanted was him to be with me.
Erica and Sharon are sisters.
As a certified Life Coach and credentialed Grief Specialist, together they have studied the science of grief and grievers for over 14 years. Sadly, grief is a word most people are not comfortable with. Yet, it is one of the few things that will affect every woman in her lifetime. We want to do the right thing and heal. But doing the right thing is exhausting and we get stuck in the pain.
The sisters teach women who are grieving how to process their emotions and find peace on the other side of their pain so that they can live again. They know that your life will be forever changed, but healing your heart is possible.
Sharon and Erica are not only instructors – they are also grievers. They know that feeling of a knife being stabbed clear though your soul. They know what it’s like to not want to get out of bed. They know the feeling of drinking wine to try and stop the pain.
And the number one thing they know for sure is that grief and pain are inevitable. Making the decision to get help was a conscious decision they have never regretted.
The Grievers Guide ~ Topics
- The true definition of grief
- The misinformation that we believe that might be creating more pain in your heart
- What are triggers and how do they affect your healing
- How to help your children with grief and loss
- What is healing