“Grief is a part of life but it doesn’t have to be your life.”~Sherry Trentini
There is no playbook to follow when you have experienced loss, and just so you know, there are no steps or stages for grief.
I repeat No Stages!
Therefore you can’t grieve in the wrong order and can not be placed in a defined category.
How is your loss affecting your life?
From my own experience, I know what that meant for me.
I know where I felt stuck. When I felt heavy. And when I felt confused and resistant about moving forward.
But, this is about YOU + YOUR experience.
Because your experience is unique.
“Grief is the normal and natural reaction to loss of any kind.” ~John W. James and Russell Friedman
There are many life experiences that can produce grief:
- Death of a Pet
- Starting School
- End of Addictions
- Major Health Changes (positive and negative)
- Job Loss
- Financial Changes (positive and negative)
- Legal Problems
- Loss of trust
- Loss of unfulfilled hopes, dreams and desires.
- And the list goes on…
I will partner with you in this action oriented program to help YOU move beyond your unique loss.
Are ready to move forward from your loss?
8 One on One Sessions for $649.00
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This [Creating Space from Grief] work was extremely helpful for me, and Sherry was amazing to work with!
She is extremely understanding and kind.
I highly recommend this to anyone looking for grief support, this has helped me a lot!Mary
Sherry is bright, insightful and non-judgmental. She has been an immense help to me in working through my grief and helping me understand how different situations connect from the past and affect me still today.
Her approach is focused and not a minute wasted on rabbit trails or irrelevant information gathering. All of our time spent together was purposeful.
I would wholeheartedly recommend her to family and friends.
Thank you so much Sherry, you helped me uncover a lot of information in such an organized way. This wouldn’t have been possible without your specific process of uncovering and addressing grief in the chronological method you use.Melissa