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Journaling for the Non-Journaler: Finding Gratitude in 6 Minutes a Day
We all know we SHOULD journal – even science says so…but how? If a blank sheet of paper intimidates and overwhelms you more than public speaking join us for tips, tricks, and conversation to get your thoughts out of your head and onto the page. I’ll show you the 1-3-3 method for gratitude journaling – that only takes about 6 minutes a day – and how it was the snowball that avalanched into a best-selling Amazon book and so much more.
The Tribulation Timeline: An Activity
Grief is not a singular occurrence. We can grieve a lot of different things, at a lot of different time, in a lot of different ways – and even sometimes new grief brings up old grief. Let’s explore our life events and experiences as a way to ‘peel the onion’. Who knows…we might even find something really juicy!
Making Memories When There Are None: An Arts & Crafts Project
When you lose a child during pregnancy or in the first few years often you don’t have a lot of traditional memories. That does not negate your pain and loss. You still disserve the right to speak of your child and grieve their death. Come together with others that understand your pain to speak of your babies and walk away with a memory you didn’t know you were missing.
Finding Purpose in your Pain: Uncovering Meaning When You Believe There is None
Losing someone or something you can never get back is devastating – some even say debilitating. We can lose our sense of self and have to reconnect with who we are while finding meaning and purpose in our life again.
Join us for a unique and thought-provoking discussion around ways you can provide meaning to your life now that your loved one is gone while honoring their life, love, and legacy.
Child Loss & Bereavement through a Mama’s Eyes
Grief and loss are wildly different for everyone. However, there are certain aspects of losing children that are unlike anything else. Hear one mother’s unique story of love and loss – and the lessons she has been able to take away from her ‘haute mess’.