Reclaim Your Life: Rediscover Your Identity After The Loss of Your Spouse
No one ever wants to be a widow.
Sometimes life takes an unexpected turn. One day, your status gets transformed from wife and lover…to widow. In an instant, you’ve lost your love, your vision of the future, and your own identity.
If you too identify as a widow, then you know things will never go back to what they were. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t have a fulfilling, meaningful life.
Your old life has died, but your love will be with you forever.
There’s a beacon inside you that will guide to find your new identity and confidence for your future.
Let’s find it.
If you’re ready to step into your new life, you’re in the right place.
Your Grief Journey, Your Way
How I can help…
LIFE COACH SPECIALIZING IN WALKING WITH GRIEF
LOVES TO PLAN,
BELIEVER IN MAGIC.
That’s me – the widowed, only parent of two. I didn’t initially intend on going it alone, but here I am.
On April 26, 2014 I became a widow when my husband unexpectedly died, leaving me alone with our 2 1/2 year old son. I was only 37.
My identity was stripped away from me, and I didn’t have the support to help me grieve. My social circle couldn’t understand the immensity of my grief. Only a widow understands what grief really is.
My life goal changed. I started grief coaching in 2019, to help other young widows to never feel alone. To help them know what they are going through is normal. To help them breathe, and have the tools and resources to move forward in their life.
Ultimately, to help them walk confidently into their new life journey, with the memories of their loved one supporting them.
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7 Clear Signs From The Afterlife
Once your spouse has died, all of the little things that they used to do are lost to the ether. Have you spent hours searching for a sign from your lost love? Don’t you wish you could speak to them again? Feel their presence again? You can, if you know what to watch for. If you knew how to read the signs from the afterlife.
Widowed, Solo Parenting – You’re Not Alone
Are you missing that connection you used to have before your friends ditched you in your grief?
Join Widowed, Solo Parenting: a safe, supportive, growing community of grievers who have each other’s backs.
It’s magical what happens when widows help other widows.
After Death Checklist
I wish I had this when my husband unexpectedly died – it would have saved me hours and hours of research.
This clear, concise list of action items will be a great resource to have on hand while you try to deal with the administrative duties through the turmoil of fresh grief.
Take this as my gift to you.
my signature offering
Reclaim Your Life
Transforming widows stuck in grief to finding their purposeful life again.
“Sarah, you really helped me more than I can ever put into words. When I was in the thick of the hardest and most difficult time, you talked to me, heard me, and helped me so much.”
– HEATHER, PAST STUDENT
If you’re motivated to:
- find your inner beacon that will help you discover your new life goals
- become confident in your new identity
- know how to live on your own, with the memories of your love supporting you