My life's mission is to help others realize their potential and passions. Through my training and experience with grief, I am able to gently guide you from grief to gratitude.
I owned a counseling practice in Southern California for over 10-years... I helped couples transition to a better, more loving and respectful marriage or I helped them end their marriage in a calm, fair and decent way. I closed my practice because my Mom needed me. She had gone blind due to Glaucoma and a brain tumor... and I was her "seeing-eye" daughter. I took care of her for her last 4-years. I was blessed to have that time with her... I had to learn how to love her for who she became, not who she was... It was one of the hardest things I have ever done.
I have been blessed with two wonderful marriages, my first husband died of stomach cancer, we literally had a 10-year honeymoon! I am now married to a wonderful man and we are living an incredibly loving and blessed life together!
I felt guided to open my coaching practice... as I said before, I love helping others transition From Grief to Gratitude!
My goal is to help you re-imagine your life. With extensive experience in Life Coaching and a vast history of client success, my individualized positivity approach will help you smile again...
As an experienced life coach, I have the tools, empathy and understanding to help you navigate through your grief to reach gratitude and live a joy-filled life.
Committing to a healthier lifestyle is just that – a commitment, and it’s a big one that will take a lot a dedication. My commitment is to provide you with accountability, understanding and support.
I want to empower you to be your best self in all aspects of life. I provide friendly and constructive advice to help you reach your full potential.
I will help you realize your goals and provide you with a roadmap to not only reach them but accomplish much more.
Life can be stressful. I want to give you the advice and tools you need to maximize your personal and professional relationships, and how to give yourself the time you deserve.
The shock and disbelief that the loss has occurred.
That someone we love is no longer here physically.
All the what-ifs and regrets.
Sadness from the loss.
Acknowledging the reality of the loss.
Realizing that there is meaning and gratitude that you experienced life with your loved one (or what you're grieving over).
*By: Elisabeth Kubler-Ross and David Kessler
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