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Fragments
of
Hope

by Sadie K. Frazier

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Despite having everything to celebrate after years of infertility, the next chapter of Hope Austin's life is suddenly fragmented by sorrow. The future she envisioned is shattered without warning.

When her world implodes, and she cannot see a way out of the darkness that encompasses her every waking moment, she is faced with a critical choice - to remain anchored to her trauma - or face the merciless demons of her past to heal.

Unspeakable grief, crippling anxiety, and outright anger toward God become relentless snapshots of pain that crush her spirit as she pleads for an end to the suffering.

As she clings to whispers of light found in chance meetings with angels unaware, she begins to pen the first threads of hope - a memoir of loss, survival, and recovery.

 

Join Hope as she rewrites her story of tragedy through profoundly moving and deeply intimate chapters of finding grace, a second chance at love, and a purpose born from her journey through grief.

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Welcome Home!

My name is Sadie K. Frazier, and I am -

In Pursuit of Purpose

I am an Author, Foodie, Content Creator, Influencer, Podcaster, Vlogger, Blogger, Musician, Life Coach & Trauma & Recovery Practioner -

My Passion is Inspiring Others to

Find Their Voice and Heal!

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Sadie K. Frazier, Psy.M 
Trauma & Recovery
Practitioner

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Now Offering -
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Within the past few weeks, a shift happened, and I'm blown away by the realization of how close I'd been all along to achieving those dreams.

 

Maybe I just never saw it before because I was too blinded by my own fears and doubt to see it... until now.

 

See, I've been sitting with my past, and all of its trauma for far too long, and I haven't allowed myself to unpack my bags and surrender to the change I knew in my heart HAD to happen before I could move forward.

Before I could help YOU to move forward, too.

 

In one of my past episodes (I'll link it below), I mentioned that we each have a bag we carry with all of our memories, our hopes, our dreams, our pain, and our traumas.

 

https://www.podbean.com/ew/pb-f5a3t-10c6536

 

It's up to us to choose how to deal with that baggage, like what to pack and what to unload, to allow our minds and hearts the space to move forward.

 

When we surrender ourselves and face our fears to move through the obstacles standing before us, we allow ourselves to see that we were being prepared by all of those experiences to do, to BE something greater than we had ever planned.

 

On the other side of that mountain of change, I stand in awe and watch as the universe reveals the most beautiful tapestry that makes up who I am - and who you are becoming, too.

 

You see, it's formed from every single experience beginning at birth and leading us on this journey to this very pivotal moment in time.

Not in spite of our trauma -

but because of it.

 

Now I have some pretty incredible news to share with all of you -

I have just completed my

internationally accredited

Trauma and Recovery Practioner Certification

and I could not be more excited!

 

I listen to podcast after podcast telling me that while it's great to call yourself a "life coach," I need to hone in on my niche and learn who my target audience is and should always be.

Well, that's great, but I want to help everyone! LOL

 

But, again, I took a moment to be still. To sit with the calling that resonates within my spirit.

I could see clearly now that

out of my own pain,

my purpose was revealed.

 

I had been focusing on a general writing course and coaching others to write a book. I've also talked about writing their story, but I couldn't see before now that I am meant to help others through their trauma first.

Writing can be a powerful way to heal from traumatic experiences.

 

We often have a visceral response to trauma in that we feel this instinctive, gut-deep bodily response to an experience from our past.

 

Our initial response is to allow it to overwhelm us, so we hide from those feelings and experiences and bury them so deep within that we will never have to face the reality of those truths and traumas that cause deeply rooted scars and shame us into thinking we are not enough.

 

But I am here to tell you from personal experience - you can only hide from those demons, those skeletons in your closet, for so long before they arise from those hidden burial grounds and are blatantly staring us in our faces and will not allow us to hide any longer from the truth.

 

This is where I come in.

 

I believe that every story deserves to be told.

The hard truths.

The weakest moment.

The brokenness manifested into healing.

Every. Single. Word is worth speaking into existence.

 

Look, I know the fears that are holding you back, the demons you are too afraid to face because I am facing them, too, every single day of my life.

 

But you do now have to face those fears alone.

 

You don't have to live in fear any longer.

 

You can learn to have power over your past by following my roadmap to healing.

 

I will show you how to break free from the past by working through your own trauma story on a path to healing through rewriting your story.

 

Writing is a powerful tool for reconstructing your trauma story, establishing a safe platform in which to face unspeakable things

of the past,

and connecting trauma survivors

to the present,

allowing them the space

to truly begin to heal

through creative expression.

 

And that, my friend, is what you are, no matter what stage of this story you are living in -

You ARE A SURVIVOR!

And I am too!

 

Writing your story can be deeply healing and will empower you in ways you could never imagine.

Just know that you are on the path - you have found me today, right?

 

So I know it was no accident our paths were meant to align.

Right here. Right now.

 

I know you can't see it now, but you'll get there. Just as I did. Someday.

By being silent and sitting with the grief of losing yourself to this trauma for far too long.

 

By accepting your faults, trauma, and scars for what they are - your guide to healing through the pain.

 

And I'll be beside you every single step of the way.

 

Because I believe that in showing you my scars, others might know that you can heal, too.

Reach out today if you'd like me to help you get started on your own journey of reclaiming the power of your voice, facing the demons of your trauma, and eventually, becoming a voice of change to help others survive their own.

Click the link below to

Break Through the Trauma and HEAL!

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How I Accidentally Discovered My Purpose...

In all that I am and all that I seek to become, I know without a doubt that I have a message to share and an audience to serve. The bottom line is that my passion lies in inspiring others to find their voice and rewrite their story too.

 

Now, let me tell you a little more about

In Pursuit of Purpose.

 

https://www.inpursuitofpurpose.org/

 

At the age of 45, I went back to school and earned my Master's Degree in Psychology and graduated with honors.

I went on to earn my Master Life Coach Degree in 2022 and opened my business, In Pursuit of Purpose, to help others find their voice and heal from trauma by rewriting their story.

 

I founded this business in August of 2021 amid a global pandemic that shook this nation to its core.

 

With a global shutdown looming and my full-time job on a forced, temporary hiatus, I quickly realized that not only did my own life need to change, but so did many of our mindsets and misconceptions of the persons we thought we once were becoming.

 

At the same time, the last of my kids were growing up and moving out right before my very eyes. I questioned where the years had gone and how had time escaped me.

 

I felt a sense of loss in losing my babies and in the simultaneous realization that I honestly had zero idea who I was without them now.

 

So I took a breath, a step back to evaluate a few things in my life that I'd been missing.

 

I learned to be still and listen as thoughts, inspiration, and dreams began to emerge as first - possibilities and, eventually - full-blown plans and goals bigger than I could have imagined.

 

In short, In Pursuit of Purpose is a business I conceived from those very big dreams and the never-ending hope that I may one day change the world.

 

It's no surprise, really, that my purpose is and has always been understanding with compassion and helping others discover the best version of themselves.

 

Within the past few weeks, a shift happened, and I'm blown away by the realization of how close I'd been all along to achieving those dreams. I just never saw it before because I was too blinded by my own fears and doubt to see it until now.

 

See, I've been waiting to become this person I always imagined I could be. But I realize that I need to meet you where you are in order to be my true, authentic self - faults, traumas, scars, and all. It became clear that I am right where I was meant to be - I am the person that is best equipped to help the person I used to be - and the person you are today.

 

Every single path along my journey to healing from my own trauma has led me to where I am meant to be.

 

I'm learning to trust the knowing - even when it doesn't make sense.

 

And if there is nothing else this world has taught us lately, it's that life is too damn short to waste another minute living in the shadows of someone else's dream.

 

Be still.

Pray.

Listen to your gut.

You only get one shot in this life,

and it's time to take

that chance on yourself right now!

Don't wait until it's too late...

Light and Shadow

In Pursuit of Purpose

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