It’s possible that the very thing you are holding onto, is the very thing holding you back.

~Sherry Trentini

Real Talk about Letting Go

Hey there,

Letting go of some things can be easy and feel good.

Letting go of other things can be the hardest freaking thing ever!

Letting go is a learned skill for me, for the most part.

Every thing I have studied:  Feng Shui, Body work, Reiki, Law of Attraction, Coaching & Grief Recovery etc.

Every version of myself: daughter, sister, friend, wife, mother & widow.

Every feeling I’ve experienced like anger, gratitude and grief, has ultimately taught me that in order to create my life…

LETTING GO IS THE WAY THROUGH YOUR HARD STUFF TO GET TO YOUR GOOD STUFF!

~Sherry Trentini

You + Your Life

Life Coaching

What do you want more of in your life?

What do you want to be better or different?

What fires you up and what is dowsing those flames?

Collectively the world is re-calibrating, post-pandemic, so you are not alone in wanting to re-claim your life and re-envision your future.

Objectivity can often be in short supply when you are striving to re-set and up-level your life and that, my friend, is where I come in.

Let’s strategize how to get those embers to be an all out bonfire!

What do you want more of in your life?

What do you want more of? What do you want to be better or different?

What fires you up and what is dowsing those flames?

Collectively the world is re-calibrating, post-pandemic, so you are not alone in wanting to re-claim your life and re-envision your future.

Objectivity can often be in short supply when you are striving to re-set and up-level your life and that, my friend, is where I come in.

Let’s strategize how to get those embers to be an all out bonfire!

HOW COULD IT BE POSSIBLE TO FEEL YOUR DREAMS, AS FULLY & COMPLETELY AS YOU DO YOUR DOUBTS & FEARS?

Let’s find out, together.

~ Sherry Trentini

Coaching

Grief & Loss

When The Grief Recovery Method identified over forty different life experiences that can perpetuate grief, a pandemic wasn’t on the list, specifically.

As we watched from afar, “the end of or change in a familiar pattern of behavior”, like tracking your Amazon package, we watched as those changes and effects of Covid-19 grew closer and closer, eventually arriving on our doorstep.

Quarantine changed how we connect, how we experience community and how we were able to grieve the loss of loved ones.

This time in confinement may have changed or significantly affected your relationships or stirred up unfinished business connected to losses you experienced pre-Covid-19.

Read my Grief Blog Posts

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