Navigating the profound journey of loss is uniquely challenging for professional women. 
This 7-step guide will help you cope with the intricate layers of grief, overwhelm and healing - so you can find a new way forward. 

Get Relief from the Loneliness and Pain of Loss

Did you know there are 7 crucial steps for coping with grief and returning to joy on your terms when you're ready? Learn to navigate them in this expert guide tailored to your unique challenges as a professional woman.

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✔️Reclaim control of your emotions

✔️Navigate professional commitments amidst the loss

✔️Find the strength to move forward in a new way 

Are you trying to navigate a challenging loss?

Maybe you've faced:

the loss of a loved one — be it a spouse, child, parent, or pet.
a significant life shift like divorce, a breakup, or the end of a meaningful relationship.
job loss or career change.

the shattering of a long-cherished dream.
a health setback that altered your course.
  an unforeseen disappointment or hurdle.
 A substantial life change or something else sparking feelings of pain or loss.

If any of these resonate with you, rest assured, you aren't alone. 

The impact loss can have on our lives is undeniably deep. 

But, for professional woman, navigating loss takes on an added layer of challenge. 

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Do you feel like your loss is turning your life upside down?

Are you...
feeling like you're just going through the motions waiting for the other shoe to drop?
struggling to carry out normal daily tasks? 

grappling with overwhelming sadness, anxiety or anger?
wondering if the concept of "normal" is forever changed for you?
experiencing more forgetfulness or a persistent brain fog?
feeling alone - like the people around you just don't seem to understand? 

trying to juggle work and personal responsibilities while your pain looms large?

If any of these resonate with you, you're likely experiencing grief.

Grief is a natural response to loss, but it can be incredibly overwhelming and debilitating. The weight of responsibilities and expectations placed upon professional women only amplifies these challenges, making grief an even more difficult journey for you. 

If you're struggling to cope with your grief, this guide will help. 

In 7 Stepping Stones to Reclaiming Life After Loss, you'll learn how to navigate the challenges of grief and discover how to to create a new way forward - on your terms and in your own time. 

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You don't have to struggle any longer.

With the practical tools and insights in this guide, you'll learn to: 

Reconnect with yourself
Rediscover the beauty of life
Begin to heal from the pain and create a new way of being
Give yourself peace of mind 
Navigate the burdens of guilt
Give yourself space to grieve while also navigating professional and personal obligations
Find new meaning in your loss
Break free of the overwhelm, stress and difficulty concentrating

... and much more! 

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"I first met Cheryl after losing my husband and both parents over a span of 4 years, and she helped me through my grief and to reconnect with myself. When I became depressed grieving the breakup of a relationship 4 years later, I turned to Cheryl once again to help me to find a new perspective and stop the negative talk in my head. After the first session I started to feel better, and now that we have completed 8 sessions, I feel stronger, clear headed and authentic and have found my enthusiasm for life again." 



Hi, I'm Cheryl

Welcome. I'm so glad you're here.

Chances are, you're reading this because you've experienced a difficult loss, and it's impacted you to your core.

Please know that you aren't alone. In 1998, my life changed forever when my 8-year-old daughter Rachel unexpectedly passed away from a condition called Idiopathic Thrombocytopenia Purpura (ITP), which was triggered by a flu bug. 

My life was turned upside down in a way I never could have imagined. In the midst of the profound grief, I suited up and went back to work. But, I couldn't think straight or concentrate. Furthermore, I craved more meaning and freedom in my life. So I left that corporate job to start my own business. While I chose this wholeheartedly, it was still a loss in that my "old life" no longer felt right. Through all this, my memories of Rachel kept me going. 

Prior to losing Rachel, I went through a difficult divorce. I'd done a lot of healing around the loss of that relationship, and we were on good terms. But, I was further shaken by loss when my ex died by suicide.  

Although tragic for me, I have been blessed with my most treasured gifts in life from this tragedy. By confronting my grief, I have been able to live again! I learned what my purpose is, how to strengthen my faith, my consciousness and my awareness, and how to share tragedy and have it be an inspiration to others. 

As a grief expert and coach with over 20 years of experience, I've helped people all over the world on their own healing journeys. In addition to teaching workshops and online courses for both Fortune 500 companies and small groups, I'm the author of My Good Grief. I've also coached hundreds of professional women like you, helping them get relief from the pain while balancing the weight of responsibilities that we tend to bear. 

I know I can help you too.  


Are you ready to get relief from the pain and loneliness?
Do you want to create a new way of being - on your own terms when you're ready? 

You don't have to stay stuck in grief.
Get 7 Stepping Stones to Reclaiming Your Life - so you can take back your power. 

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The most wonderful thing about the program was Cheryl.  You could count on her every week to be there, listening, discovering right along with you, and cheering you on your journey.  Her depth of empathy comes from her own personal experience, which she openly shares, to help you move forward.