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Self-Coaching in 10 Steps

Something has happened to change your life.  It may be an injury, illness, surgery, or other loss of health.  It may be a change in lifestyle, career, or the role you play in the family.  Or maybe it was the death of a loved one, end of a relationship, or loss of a dream that kept you going.  Now what?

Transitions in life are often difficult and energy draining.  Our brain can get stuck on what has happened even though life continues to move on all around us.  How can we take care of our need for processing all the emotions and still prepare to recharge our batteries and re-enter “real life” as it is now?  Coaching can help.

Life Coaching Helps Cancer Patients Keep Their Eyes On The Prize

If you or someone you care about is going through cancer treatment, it’s possible that between doctor visits and treatment appointments there will be times when having someone with a fresh perspective to talk to might help.   Life and wellness coaches as support system members are, perhaps, a choice that hasn’t been considered by most folks.  Guest blogger Emily Walsh tells us more…

Life Coaching Helps Cancer Patients Keep Their Eyes On The Prize

How HealYourBest Coaching Works

Whether you’re newly injured, preparing for, or recovering from surgery, you need tips and tools to make the healing process easier and less stressful. HealYourBest Certified Wellness Coaching provides the right tools for you at just the right time.  From the moment you decide to invest in this program you will benefit from having an experienced and highly trained guide along during your journey of recovery.  I’ll personalize a program starting with where you are currently, will encourage you as you look at your old story in order to know what to change, and will “walk beside you” as you create your new story of wellness.

Grieving Loss of Health?

Injury and illness are losses that may need grieving.

There are at least 43 losses which can produce the range of emotions we call grief. The long list includes:

  • Death of a loved one
  • Divorce or end of a relationships
  • Major financial changes
  • Loss of health

Grief is normal and natural, but many of the ideas we have been taught about dealing with grief are not helpful, for example:

  • Time heals all wounds
  • You must grieve alone
  • Be strong
  • Don’t feel bad
  • Replace the loss
  • Just keep busy

Asking for Help While Healing – Top 10 Tips

ask for helpAsking for help is not always easy, especially when we are not used to doing it. When we are recovering it is sometimes even harder because we want to prove to others (and ourselves) that we can be independent, while secretly wishing others would “just know” what we need. While it is not reasonable to expect all our needs to be met just exactly when and how we want, it is possible to help others help us simply by letting them know what we need. So, what is the best way to communicate to others so that they will understand the things we cannot do for ourselves and be willing to help? The following is a list of ten tips for getting the best response.

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Clients are Saying…

"Sue was tremendously helpful for me in recovering emotionally from injury. A lifelong athlete, I felt devastated after a knee injury which prevented me from participating in my favorite activities. Sue helped me identify the deeper issues behind this loss, which was critical for my being able to address them and begin the emotional healing process. Sue is an excellent listener and was able to gently guide and encourage me along this path."
-K.S., Private Coaching Client


"Doing meditation and breathing and thinking through the end result was extremely helpful. It put me at ease and I was able to sleep through the night before and relax before I went into the operating room."
- M.B., Prepare for Surgery Client


"Sue did a really good job of making us feel comfortable with the whole process. Very patient with us if we needed more guidance.”
- B.M., Group Coaching Client

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