A dedicated life coach, author, and enthusiastic cheerleader for women who can not cheer for themselves, is on a mission to replace the mental lies that women entertain with the Truth that sets them free!
I am Sharon Foster, and I shine a light into the hidden dark corners for women who know there is hope but have given up trying to find it. I use the Enneagram, encouragement, my life experience, and God’s truth to help women aged 40-60 to find their true worth and to get back on track.
Depression. I get it. Been there and done that. Tired and hopeless, the more I struggled to get out, the deeper I sank. I drew the line at suicide, but living in the back of a closet, curled up in a fetal position, did sound pretty good. Then I drew another line outside the closet door. I had to get help. Then another line outside of my bedroom. Be grateful for what I had.
The “this far and no more” lines I drew slowly moved further and further away from the closet.
With a background in people-pleasing, depression, and a petrifying fear of failure, I took mental wellness and personal development into my own hands. Desperate, I searched for the truth about my worth, my purpose, and how to get off the ‘hamster wheel’ of negative and positive thoughts and actions. I am now a woman who knows her worth. My research and work have turned into helping others to do the same.
Now I get to share this with the world, starting with you!
I needed a place to land. I needed this container of safe, Holy space. You didn’t have an agenda; You may have come with one, but you looked for the Holy Spirit to move. I think the thing that helped me first was I needed a place. I was desperate for connection and community, and I just needed this (what’s it called?) cocoon or little nest of safe space. And I realized that you were very attuned to the Holy Spirit just to let this [safe place] happen.
Lisa P. (group participant)
This was a personal blessing. I didn’t have any family or friends here, and I was longing for a connection. But, by God’s grace, He gave me the knowledge to [find] you. I needed someone to connect to in a safe space. God somehow connected us to make that happen. [I felt] the freedom to share my life experiences with you, knowing that my story is safe. The therapy that I needed, the [connection] that I needed, God knew this is where I needed to be. Thank you for making [this safe space] available.
Anna (a group participant)