Jennifer Tracy battled suicide, a tragic family car crash that buried her husband and daughter, as well as a life-threatening brain malformation...
EACH situation poised to be the final blow.
Jennifer refused to give in to the voice that told her to give up. The voice that told her she wasn't worth it, and that she should end her life.
"Lasting change happens when a person truly wants to change, they believe the change they desire is possible AND they have the resources to achieve it." - Jennifer Tracy
Love The Woman You Are Becoming!
Sadly, it was in the psychiatric unit where I realized I was addicted to being perfect and didn't know where my value or worth came from. Learn the Six Core Principles that changed the way I view everything!
Win Your Mental Health Battle!
Let my 15 years of fighting PTSD help you. If you are struggling let me help you. I've created a Breakthrough Session to identify which area to focus on first. Then we create an Action GamePlan to help you stay focused. You don't have to fight this alone.
The Forgiveness GamePlan!
Could you forgive the man that killed your husband and daughter? I did and I would like to teach you how to really forgive as well. This GamePlan gives you a system to process failure, forgive yourself and others.
Jennifer has put together an incredible presentation that has a real ability to positively impact the lives of those who attend. Everyone in attendance was moved through the entire spectrum of emotions and it really pointed out the immense power that hope and inspiration can have"
—Alexander Michaud, MS, LPCC, NCC
I have experienced an understanding of True Forgiveness through "The Forgiveness GamePlan" … I have also attended quite a few presentations Jennifer has given. She is open, honest and willing to admit her struggles, which helps one realize that we are not alone… I am looking forward to future insight from Jennifer and I am ever so grateful."
–Shannon Helvie - Eagle I Media
I highly recommend Jennifer. Her message is powerfully inspiring in how to move forward in the wake of tragedy”
–Doug Erler, Director Weld County Justice Services Department