You have a loved one who is on their end journey, they are dying, and it’s a bloody tough journey.
Though sometimes you are doing OK, other times you just don’t know what to do.
You want to make the most of the time left, however long that is.
You don’t want to end up saying, “I wish we had have done….” or, “We should have done…”
But how do you do that?
How do you make sure you don’t have regret as part of your grief?
Sharon is fearless when it comes to shepherding people through the grief process.
My father died recently and she was ever present with me helping me acknowledge what was my own emotion and what I was experiencing from the emotion around me.
Her work can’t be easy, but she does it effortlessly to help others attain peace.
These days, we don’t die in community like we used to, so we don’t know what to expect.
And what we don’t know we fear.
And of course, then there’s the emotional roller coaster that goes along with this.
But it doesn’t have to be the way.
Yes, there is sadness, but there can also be joy.
There can be much love.
There can be irreverent laughter.
There can be precious memories created that will last your lifetime.
So how do you do it?
How do you make the most of this journey and avoid regret from what will be your grieving experience?
This half day workshop will show you how.
In a safe and supported space, Sharon will walk you through the things that will help you to make the most of the journey and avoid regret.
- Self nurturing
- Understanding stressors and dramas (and how to avoid them)
- The regrets of the dying
- The regrets of the loved ones
- The Be PRESENT process
- Support teams
You will walk away with practical ideas, strategies and techniques to help smooth the journey.
Your advice really helped me enormously, I just did what I needed to regardless of what the others were doing that I couldn’t control.
Thank you, thank you, thank you.
There are no more workshops scheduled.
If you wish to do this training, please contact me to discuss it further.
I can train individuals and groups from 5 to 20 people.
Your facilitator :
Sharon Tregoning has been working as a compassionate advocate of those impacted by breast cancer as well as dying and death for 9 years. Currently, she is :
- Founder of Spiritual Care – a business which helps people to live well and die well;
- Ambassador for Death Over Dinner – a project designed to get people talking about end of life matters;
- A Past President of Dying With Dignity Queensland – an organisation which seeks to create legislation around the issue of voluntary euthanasia; and
- A Justice of the Peace (Qld)