Are the agonizing symptoms of a concussive
brain injury making you feel hopeless?

Learn 30+ quick and effective coping strategies (from someone who’s been through it)
so you can get relief from the symptoms, and experience more happy moments.
Stressed Woman Even leaving your bedroom can be stressful

4 online video lessons filled with quick and effective coping strategies that you can apply to your life right away

4 downloadable strategy guides with a recap of each week’s quick strategies

The lessons have been created to be easy on your mind and senses: Less than 20 minutes each, uncluttered screens, neutral colors, minimal animations & sounds

iCopeNOW is a 4-week online workshop that teaches post-concussive syndrome sufferers easy-to-apply strategies to cope with the symptoms brought on by stressful and overwhelming situations in their day-to-day lives.
Are you suffering from these agonizing post-concussive symptoms?

  • Sensitivity to light
  • Sensitivity to sound
  • Headaches
  • Exhaustion
  • Physical pain
  • Difficulty with decision-making
  • Difficulty communicating
  • Difficulty differentiating emotions
  • Angry, frustrated
  • Impatient
  • Prone to outbursts
  • Negative thoughts
  • Feelings of sadness
  • Memory problems
  • Confusion
  • Uncertainty

  • If you’ve recently endured a concussive brain injury, and are experiencing some or all of the symptoms above, you may be suffering from, what I call, The Cope Less Disorder—a condition that inhibits a person’s ability to cope with day-to-day life due to the accumulation of post-concussive symptoms.

    When you can’t cope, you lose your confidence, feel isolated, avoid crowds, get easily overwhelmed, have difficult focusing, struggle financially, have troubled relationships, and ultimately feel depressed.

    Just because you cope less, doesn’t mean it's hopeless.

    You can get relief from the pain, frustrations, and exhaustion you’re feeling with iCopeNOW—a 4-week online workshop jam-packed with tools you can use to cope with and manage the agonizing symptoms of a concussive brain injury. As a nurse, and more importantly, as a fellow brain injury survivor, I can tell you that the strategies are tried, tested, and true.

    You’ll learn strategies that will help you:
  • Gain focus in chaotic situations
  • Improve relationships with family and friends
  • Feel grounded, self-assured, and confident
  • Have increased emotional awareness
  • Get back to work (so you can start making money again)
  • Cope with your body’s stress response to sound and light
  • Get through the physical pain
  • Improve your memory
  • Fall asleep so you can get the rest you need
  • Get organized so things actually get done
  • Find a peacefulness, and harmony within

  • “It’s been four years since I first met Sharon, and I’m amazed at the depth of her spirit as well as her ability to entwine her pre-injury knowledge—based on science, business, and spirituality—with her post-injury knowledge—based on a lot of research, and trial and error. I have no doubt that by engaging in Sharon’s iCopeNOW workshop, you’ll be better able to cope with your post-concussive symptoms, and you’ll find hope where you thought there was none and experience successes that you never imagined possible.”

    Amy Abbruzzese, M.A.
    Acquired Brain Injury Clinical Consultant & Rehabilitation Therapist

    Here's what you can expect to learn each week:

    WEEK 1
    Learn simple strategies to improve your focus and “tame your mustang mind” so that you feel grounded, clear, and confident in chaotic situations.

    WEEK 2
    Discover 5 ways to de-stress quickly so that you can cope effectively, in the moment, with the body’s stress response to light and sound.

    WEEK 3
    Find out how to manage your pain and get a good night’s sleep so that you have the energy you need to be alert and productive all day long.

    WEEK 4
    Pick up quick tips to improve your memory and organizational skills so that you know, remember, and do all the important items on your to-do list.

    You're not alone.

    In 2008, I suffered a brain injury as a result of a horseback-riding fall. This injury plummeted me into a dark depression, with no speech, little to no focus, anger, sleeplessness, headaches, dizziness, emotional breakdowns, noise sensitivity, an inability to make decisions or problem-solve, and an inability to tolerate most social settings. I also suffered a mini-stroke, and with my return of speech came Foreign Accent Syndrome (a Scottish brogue). In August 2009, I underwent a neuropsychological assessment resulting in a diagnosis of “totally disabled.”

    The doctors told me that what I was experiencing was normal, and that the symptoms would pass. But they didn't. And it wasn’t long before I’d had enough: enough of feeling frustrated, enough of feeling isolated, and enough of being unable to cope with day-to-day life. I decided to search for strategies that would allow me to get even a little relief from the agony I was feeling.

    I spent years researching and testing a multitude of traditional and non-traditional therapeutic strategies such as mind dynamics, meditation, Facilitated Equine Experiential Learning (FEEL), laws of attraction, cognitive control, and others. Based on my research, I developed a holistic routine that provided me with the relief I was desperately seeking.

    Over time, my ability to cope with day-to-day life has improved, and with it, I’ve become passionate about helping others with The Cope Less Disorder regain a quality of life that they never imagined possible.

    Here’s how it works:

    After you place your order for this 4-­week online workshop, you’ll receive an email confirmation and a login to the member’s site.
    Then every week, for 4 weeks, starting today, you’ll receive an email with a link to a lesson.
    Since this workshop is self-­paced, click the link at your convenience.
    Once you click the link, you’ll be taken to the member’s site where you’ll get instant access to the video lesson and strategy guide for the week.
    After you watch the video, spend the rest of the week practicing the strategies you learned.
    Still have questions?
    Check out the FAQs below or email me at

    Q – Are you offering a cure for my post-­concussive symptoms?
    A – No. What I am offering you are strategies for coping with the symptoms. When applied, the strategies can improve your quality of your life, but depending on your injury, the duration of your symptoms will vary.

    Q – How is your program different from other treatments?
    A – First of all, many programs address symptoms in one area or another whether it is physical, cognitive, behavioural, or emotional. My program offers a more holistic approach, incorporating strategies to help you cope with symptoms affecting your mind, body, and emotions. Also, oftentimes, the people who develop the programs haven’t experienced post-concussive symptoms firsthand. This is what makes my program unique: I too am coping with the aftereffects of a concussive brain injury.

    Sign up today because the longer you wait, the more it will cost you.

    You don't need to spend years sorting through all the strategies, tools, and techniques. You don't need to spend any more time feeling depressed and isolated. I’ve done the research, and found what I believe to be some of the fastest, simplest, most effective strategies out there, and I’m anxious to share them with you right now. All it takes, on your part, is an investment of $47 and a commitment to apply the strategies that you learn to your life.

    What will it cost you financially (because you can’t work), spiritually (because you feel hollow inside), emotionally (because your confidence is shot), and physically (because your medical bills are adding up) if you don’t sign up for this program? I guarantee that it’ll be a lot more than your one-time $47 investment.

    Your life doesn’t have to be over because you’ve suffered a concussive brain injury. There is hope for this new chapter in your life. Things can get better. I’m really excited to show you how.

    Many blessings,
    Sharon Campbell-Rayment
    R.N., B.Sc.N., M.Div.

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