Before her Shared Death Experience (SDE), Dr. Sharon Prentice was sarcastic and judgmental when it came to god. After her SDE, however, is a different story...
Founder of Refuge in grief and author of It's Ok that you're not ok
Funeral director and author of Confessions of a funeral director
Hospice Chaplain and Author of On Living
I found this podcast a year after suffering a major loss. I was desperate for a way to feel better. Shelby and her soothing voice helped me find a path to action. While I’m not yet through my loss, I know where I need to go in order to get there. I am endlessly thankful for Shelby and what she does. I felt so alone and have learned that’s furthest from the truth.
Shelby’s podcast ‘Coming Back’ came to me at a time when I needed it most and I could not be more grateful. Her insights on loss, grief, and healing as well as interviews with others regarding their losses, have been like a warm blanket to wrap myself in while I navigate the loss of my mother. I could not be more grateful to have found her. Thank you, Shelby, for being you and sharing your kind heart with the world.
Having experienced two devastating deaths within six months of one another in 2017 and 2018, I have become sensitive to loss around me as a result of my own losses. There is great opportunity in my world both for myself and towards others to use the suggestions, tricks, tips, validations, experience and wisdom offered in these podcasts. I’m grateful and have even listened to some episodes more than once. We all need such good examples of kindness, empathy and compassion.