Jason Snell, Friend, Artist, clearly takes a great rugged phot How to Help a Sick Friend: Jason Snell (http://jasonjsnell.com/) and I have been friends for 12 years. Initially, we trauma-bonded and built our ...
"Jackie held me in a cocoon of safety, guidance, and love and helped me with:
- - What questions to ask the doctors
- - Listened to me cry and yell out of frustration
- - Allowed me to be afraid (not that I needed permission from her, but I didn't want to let anyone know how afraid I was)
- - Was a constant reminder that I wasn't alone and that she was in my corner
- - Encouraged me to dive deep into self-care and self-love
- - Celebrated my health (and life) victories. She's been one of the most impactful/influential people in my life, one of which I can honestly say I don't know where I'd be today if it wasn't for her camaraderie and support. "
"Jackie transcends any definition of a “wellness coach.” She is my healing cheerleader, and beacon of light through a tumultuous time of illness.
Jackie combines deep knowledge of wellness and Lyme with the most generous heart, great humor, and empathetic understanding. Jackie is an active, gentle listener yet provides clear action plans to move me toward healing.
Jackie is connected beyond connected and will find or research any resource if not immediately known to her.
She digs to understand not just the physical aspects of illness, but its social, psychological, and environmental components as well. I have learned far more about myself and the root cause of my illness from Jackie than from any therapist. Jackie’s role in this process cannot be understated. She is gifted at what she does. And I eagerly await the opportunity to tell my story of wellness very soon on her inspiring, engaging Podcast, “Healing Out Loud!” Thank you, Jackie!"
"I feel lucky every single day that my path has crossed with Jackie Shea’s. More than a friend, she’s an incredible fountain of solidly-researched, tested (usually on herself!) advice on how to live with a body that sometimes doesn’t behave the way we want it to. And even more than that, she’s a companion with a seemingly boundless reservoir of compassion, empathy, lightheartedness, and joy. My life is richer for knowing her, and my hard days are infinitely easier for her support."
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