From widowed mom client Joy Lawley, London, United Kingdom - August 2018:
"I stumbled across Jennifer Waugh by chance when an ad on my face book page popped up. I believe in divine timing and her popping up into my world was indeed timely, as I felt stuck in a kind of limbo, a shadow of my former self and living a life `on empty’ as though on a perpetual hamster wheel.
I was drawn to her and took up the offer of her complimentary call to explore what she could offer me in terms of furthering me on my journey to thriving again after being a widow. What she had to say resonated with me profoundly, hitting me on emotional, mental and spiritual levels and I signed up without hesitation, for her course and support.
Along with her supportive coaching skills and training in grief recovery Jennifer has gathered together really valuable resources that serve as tools which are helping me recover from losing my beloved husband and father to my three children and start to enjoy life again. I found new impetus and energy to focus on me and have pride, gratitude and desire again. Although my husband died some 10 years ago in a road traffic accident, it is only now, with Jennifer’s help that I am starting to find my essence, vibrancy and love of life and start to feel recovered from the untimely and sudden death of a most amazing husband and father.
I find Jennifer to be an incredibly warm, supportive, empathic and knowledgeable person, mother, grief recovery specialist and life coach. She brings to the job of facilitating thriving after widowhood, an in-depth knowledge of grief recovery work as well as speaking from a place of knowing, for she herself is a widowed mom to two daughters.
The resources and calls are invaluable to me and I can’t thank Jennifer enough for all her support and amazing tips and advice and I look forward to my weekly call online call with her.
As I reflect on those things in life for which I am grateful, I have to say dear Jennifer that I am so, so very grateful to you for the support you give and work you do. And to paraphrase Buzz Light Year; Here’s `To Thriving and Beyond’.