Sharon’s Healing Journey
I had heard about the Well of Life Center from a friend many years before I came here myself as a client. I brought my son in for NRT and at a later time brought my mother in for Critical Care. I felt God drawing me to be here, but I kept making excuses (as Mom’s do) why everyone else’s care was more important and needed to come before mine. It took a Lyme diagnosis to finally bring me through the doors for myself.
When I started here as a client, I was so inflamed that even getting in and out of my car was a struggle. Taking a simple walk around the block was out of the question, I could barely make it to the bottom of my street and back again. Within months I was seeing improvements and today my joints are pain free and I can exercise, take long walks, and go hiking.
Already having a passion for natural healing, it didn’t take long to realize why God had been pressing on my heart for so long to come here. A few years earlier I had gone back to school to take the pre-req courses for a Physician’s Assistant Master’s program, but the closer I got to beginning the program I realized I didn’t endorse the kind of care I would be trained in. The support given at the Well of Life Center looks to resolve the root causes of symptoms and addresses the body as a whole. I realized that was something I wanted to be a part of and am so thankful for the Well and the hope and healing it offers to people.
Hear Sharon’s Heart
“I really have a heart for anyone suffering from anxiety and depression. I’ve dealt with those issues myself in the past and I know what an impact they can have on your life and your health. I also want to help those who have a lack of hope about not being able to find relief from any symptoms they may be experiencing. We have a wonderful creator who equipped us with wonderful bodies that know how to heal. When we remove the obstacles for healing, our bodies respond with life. No matter what other avenues you may have pursued in the past to try and find a resolution, take heart, there is another way!”
Fun Fact About Me:
I have 2 sons, 1 dog, and 1 husband.
I love “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens and reread it every Christmas and watch at least 5 or 6 different movie versions!
I LOVE the sunshine and being outdoors.
I’m a huge Eagles fan.
I love being around plants – houseplants, garden veggie plants, flowers, herbs – anything that radiates God’s creative genius and life.
Ocean City, NJ is one of my favorite places.
Sssshhh…I really do NOT like to cook. So, I need to be creative in finding ways to still be healthy and spend as little time as possible cooking!
I like to play games – board games, strategy games, cooperative games, outdoor games – all kinds of games with people that I enjoy.
I love to read, learn, and do research. I could literally do it all day.
Sharon’s Favorite Bible Verses:
“Revive me according to Your loving kindness, so that I may keep the testimony of your mouth.” – Psalm 119:88
“All that the Father gives Me will come to Me, and the one who comes to Me I will in no wise cast out.” – John 6:37
Sharon’s Favorite Quote
“Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak, it’s also what it takes to sit down and listen.”
– Winston Churchill
Here is a favorite recipe from Sharon’s kitchen:
16 oz. Organic Cannelini or
Great Northern Beans
1 – 14oz can Organic Diced Tomatoes
14 oz. Chicken Broth or Bone Broth
½ lb. Organic grass-fed Beef Kielbasa or
Sausage, or Organic pasture raised
Pork Kielbasa or Sausage – cut into ½ inch slices.
1 ½ c. Organic Green Bell Pepper – chopped
1 Bay Leaf
3-4 Sprigs Fresh Organic Thyme leaves
2 Tbls. Fresh chopped Organic Parsley
Sea Salt to taste
Pepper to taste
In a saucepan, heat the broth and kielbasa. Add the beans and tomatoes and continue to heat to a boil. Stir occasionally. Chop the green peppers and add to the pan. Reduce heat. Add the seasonings. Simmer uncovered for 5 more minutes.