Nancy Gordon knows first-hand what it is like to descend into the depths of disability. With her combined personal experience of fibromyalgia and a mild traumatic brain injury
Nancy's mission is to assist others around the globe on the journey to healing and transforming their lives while living with the challenge of illness and disability. Her 7 Steps of Hope and Healing system offer hope and a clear formula for turning many of life's challenges into triumphs.
Nancy is the author of two inspirational and transformational book series: 7 Steps of Hope and Healing. and Pink, The 3 Legged Dog. The first book in 7 Steps of Hope and Healing™, The Emotional, Mental and Spiritual Impact of Chronic Illness and Disability, is a treasure map filled with in-depth explanations of how each step supports travelers on their journey of healing, as well as exercises that clarify, uplift, and guide the reader to gain not only
Nancy’s second inspirational book
The book is beautifully illustrated by renowned San Diego, CA artist Michael LeBold. Pink, The 3-Legged Dog Who Lost Her Leg and Found Her Courage
Nancy specializes in group and individual coaching, and transformational retreats on many issues that fall under her area of expertise: transformational grief, chronic illness and disability, caregivers, self-love, self-esteem, relationships, depression and anxiety, among others.
Nancy is the founder of Paws for Comfort® and the non-profit Xolos For Chronic Pain Relief™, (a result of her story, “Toaster” filmed by Animal Planet on her use of Xolos as the first identified service dog specifically for fibromyalgia.
Nancy is an international speaker and a courageous warrior, whose life purpose is to champion others to live life fully, guiding them to transform their challenges into triumphs, with wit and wisdom.