Michele Woodall believes that grief affects us in so many different ways

 

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Whatever you’re facing, I’m not going to tell you that “I know how you feel,” because I don’t.

Are you suffering from a broken heart?
Did a death, divorce, or the end of a romantic relationship cause it?
Or was it something else that’s changed your world - like moving, pet loss, or a change in finances?

Loss simply isn’t limited to death or divorce. Life transitions, career changes, abuse, health challenges, and dozens of things can cause grief and affect us in so many ways. And regardless of what’s causing you pain, you know how you feel and it probably isn’t good. I don’t know exactly how you feel, and neither does anyone else.

Rather, what I’m here to do is provide a safe environment where you will be given specific tools to help you recover from loss and ultimately lead a happier life.

 
 
 

 

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I’m Michele Woodall, and as a Grief Recovery Method Specialist™, I help people like you through life’s toughest transitions: ones that stem from loss.

Having gone through difficult seasons of divorce, bad jobs, single motherhood, relocations, and loss of loved ones has shaped me and created the passion to help others through these trying seasons. I understand firsthand how disorienting and scary these seasons can be so having someone that listens and encourages can make all the difference.

After experiencing the power and results of Grief Recovery Method™ program, I discovered how valuable this process can be in helping you recover from unresolved grief so you can finally live a more fulfilled life.

To guide you, I offer in-person and virtual coaching, workshops, and more tools through the Grief Recovery Method™.

To learn more, contact me below for a complimentary consultation, and together we can figure out your best next step forward.

 
 

I’m HERE TO HELP YOU IN MEANINGFUL WAYS THAT DON’T SUBSCRIBE TO THE many myths about grief.

  • “Time heals all wounds”

  • “Replace the loss”

  • “Grieve alone”

  • “Be strong”

  • “Don’t feel bad”

  • “Keep busy”

 
 
 

Find comfort in this complimentary Guide for Loss.

 

 

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