Sunrise Summer Celebration
Saturday, August 27th, 2022 from 6:00 - 10:00 PM MST
MFT Catering, 701 E. 44th St Unit #11, Boise, Idaho 83714
Join the Sunrise Retreats benefit celebration and 6th birthday!
Each $45 ticket includes:
- Delicious food from MFT Catering
- 2 drink tickets for Free Spirit Beverage Company
- Live music from your favorite local band Allegedly
- A fantastic line-up of silent auction items
- Bring a bottle of wine to donate and receive a raffle ticket to win ALL the wine!
The best part is spending time with GREAT people supporting Sunrise Retreats' life-changing experiences. You will leave with a happy heart, full belly, smiling face, and hope-filled spirit!
As an Idaho non-profit, Sunrise Retreats offers professionally facilitated retreats to support women navigating life after the death of their partner (widowed) by enhancing health and wellbeing through connection, deep understanding, education, inspiration, and most of all, hope. Held in Fairfield, Idaho - home of Hidden Paradise and Camp Rainbow Gold, this beautiful property is the perfect backdrop to our healing weekend retreats. They believe that spending time in nature, creative expression, movement, bodywork, adventure, good food, practice tools, and self-inquiry offer powerful moments of healing!
For questions email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 208-440-1230.
Buy tickets at: https://funraise.org/give/Sunrise-Retreats/617f16fa-10a3-4e01-a5b9-a8b53862a6ad/
Art Your Grief Classes with Emily Dilbeck - July 2022
Art Your Grief classes are for grievers. Grief comes in many different forms - this class is for anyone experiencing grief - it might be a diagnosis, a death, a relationship, job loss, a dream, a home, etc. All grievers are welcome.
No art experience is needed to take an Art Your Grief class. All you need is to bring yourself and be willing to
show up and try painting, drawing and collage to process your grief. Explore and express your grief using art
on Zoom in a safe space with other grievers. Emily will be walking you through different prompts with basic
art supplies (watercolor, colored pencils, collage - nothing fancy) to help you connect with your grief while
creating. The goal is not to create beautiful art (although sometimes this happens), the focus is on your grief
and having a designated safe space to connect and express your grief using color, texture, and movement.
Art is a powerful tool to express and explore grief. There is something beautiful that happens when we sit
with it all - even if it’s extremely difficult to do.
Next class series:
Three options for month long classes that meet once a week on zoom:
Sunday Class: July 3, 10, 17, 24 - Sundays 3:30-4:45 PM PT / 5:30-6:45 PM CT /
6:30 - 7:45 PM ET on Zoom - 3 meetings - $120.
Tuesday Class: July 5, 12, 19, 26 - Tuesdays 6:30 - 7:45 PM PT / 8:30 - 9:45 PM CT /
9:30 - 10:45 PM ET on Zoom - 4 meetings - $120.
The first 60 min. are for creating, the last 15 are for optional sharing/listening
(or you can continue creating). Please message Emily on Instagram to sign up. She only takes a
handful of participants each month as it is important to me to keep it small and intimate.
One workshop option for a one time class:
If you don't want to commit to multiple classes, you can take the one-time workshop on
*Saturday - July 30th, 9:30 - 10:45 AM PT / 11:30–12:45 AM CT on Zoom, 75 minute session, $36.
Private Sessions: You can schedule private Art Your Grief sessions, an hour class is $65.
Buddy Sessions: You can schedule buddy sessions of Art Your Grief for 2-4 people. An hour buddy session for 2 people is $45 per person, 3 people is $40 per person, 4 people is $35 per person.
Private Class: You can schedule a private class for 5-7 people for 4 sessions of 75 minutes each for $120 a person. The first 60 min. are for creating, the last 15 are for optional sharing/listening.
For more information, check out the Art Your Grief Instagram page.
The highlight titled “Class Info.” has all the details.
Please message Emily on Instagram is you have questions or want to register for a class.
For more information visit: https://www.emilydilbeck.com/art-your-grief
A Fearless Grieving Retreat 2022: A Full Day of Holistic Recovery
Monday, August 1, 2022
Orchard View Lavender Farm, 101 Karrville Rd, Port Murray, NJ 07865
Be Heard ~ Be Validated ~ Be Healed. Grief Retreat at Orchard View Lavender Farm for any of you who have experienced a loss of any kind, or even who are crushed under the weight of The Times in which we are living,
this event is for you. Created and guided by renowned Grief Coach & Counselor Claire M. Schwartz, Founder of Miriam's Well Healing LLC and YouCanHealYourGrief.com, this will be a day of solace and support, outdoors on our lovely grounds and under the beautiful new pavilion. Claire has been walking her path of survival and healing
for 35+ years. She comes from a place she calls The Dark Ugly™ and diligently works to DeMystify and DeStigmatize Grief & Trauma Healing for her clients. She uses her authenticity and integrity, wit, and warmth
to bring ease and comfort to the toughest of losses. Claire holds a BA in psychology and is a Certified Professional Coach, Reiki Master, Teacher, Spiritual Counselor, Interfaith Minister, and Grief & Trauma Healing Expert.
The day will include:
Group Guided Meditation & Grounding
A Healing Circle
Memorial Altar, which we will build
Personalized Healing Guidance
Five Sense Engagement
Journaling on the grounds
Claire will also be teaching us how to find quality support after the Retreat –
what to look for within ourselves and in our Healing Team.
A delicious gourmet Box Lunch, prepared by Chef Ed Oliveira, will be provided. You will have the option of selecting either a protein and grain bowl or a sandwich and salad combo. Vegetarian and Gluten-Free options are available. Please send your lunch selection to email@example.com no later than July 24. Each attendee will receive a Signed Copy of Claire's Book, Putting Out The Fire, and some lovely takeaway gifts, as well. Closer to the event, you will receive an email from Claire, who is leading the Retreat, to get a few details about your personal story so we can plan for your needs, as well as what you need to bring to the event.
If you have any questions or concerns about aspects of the retreat, please contact Claire
directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets: $195 (plus tax) per person by July 15, 2022. $235 (plus tax) per person after July 15, 2022.
This is an exclusive event - Tickets will not be sold at the door - SPACE IS LIMITED. Tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE.
The menu is subject to change based on the availability of ingredients. Due to the nature of this event, we
cannot offer substitutions. This event is not child friendly. No Smoking – No Vaping. No Pets Allowed.
Please stay home if you are not feeling well. Rain Date: Tuesday, August 2, 2022 - This is an outdoor event.
Only register for this event if you are available on both dates.
The event hosts reserve the right to cancel the event should a cancellation become necessary.
Should it become necessary to cancel the Event, refunds will be issued.
For more information visit the Facebook Event Page at:
Purchase your ticket at:
Healing After Suicide Summit: Finding Hope After Losing Someone to Suicide
July 11th through the 24th at 8:00 AM MTN / 7:00 AM PST
Save-the-dates: July 11th - 24th, because my friend Crystal Partney is hosting the Healing After Suicide Summit!
Crystal is going to offer:
* What you can do today to begin healing
* Guides who’s been in your shoes
* Someone to walk alongside you throughout your journey toward healing
Here's what you can expect in your inbox each day throughout the summit:
* Learn how to begin the healing process
* Know that you are not alone in your healing path
* Find tools and resources that will help you begin healing today
My guess is that it would be worth your while to block out time to listen to the speaker sessions
for this summit. Don’t worry, each session is only about 20 minutes long.
I know I won't miss it. I’ll see you there!
Register for FREE at: https://scatteringhope1.clickfunnels.com/opt-in1636216980107
Grieving a Sudden Death: How to Stay Connected While You Heal
Saturday, July 16th, from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM PDT.
Please mark your calendars for this special event that will combine new information about sudden
death, Q and A, guided workbook activities, and reflections to honor your grief and loved ones.
This workshop will be taught by Dr. Jennifer R. Levin, Trauma Grief Expert, Educator and Therapist, with
From Grief To Growth. In this workshop you will learn how to honor and live with your grief, sadness,
and trauma. You will create a personalized toolbox to use when having a grief attack, unexpected
triggers, or struggling with milestones or anniversaries. You will develop continual bonds to
remain connected with your loved ones who are no longer physically present.
Registration fess is $49 and includes a workbook and video replay.
Contact Dr. Levin at email@example.com with questions.
Register for the workshop beginning on July 5th at www.fromgrieftogrowth.com
How To Live Life After Loss: FREE Online Masterclass
Starts on July 6, 2022
Have you or someone you care about recently experienced loss in your life– whether it’s a loved one, relationship, job, or health issue? Do you want to move forward but are unsure which steps to take? Do you want to know how to survive and thrive after loss? You are not alone if you have answered yes to any of these questions. It seems challenging now more than ever to navigate life on a day-to-day basis, let alone if you are coping with grief. Host, Tessa Williams, is putting on this FREE online event to support bereaved people and those who have experienced loss. It’s called How To Live Life After Loss and consists of interviews with Global Experts at the forefront of their field. This series is for people who are feeling stuck and are not sure which way to turn. It will offer guidance and give you practical next steps for you to take. You are invited to join the speakers as they share their insights and experiences on moving forward while honoring loved ones and maintaining well-being. Tessa has hand-picked some excellent Speakers who will cover all areas of grief and loss and give guidance on taking the next steps to live a happy and fulfilled life. You will hear some heartbreaking stories and also some practical ideas on how to cope with loss. The knowledge that the Speakers have is so vast. I know you will enjoy this event. Sometimes just knowing that there are other people out there who are going through the same thing as you is a great comfort. This may or may not be for you, but maybe you know someone who needs something precisely like this. This masterclass series starts on July 6, 2022, so register now! If you have friends, family, or colleagues who you think will benefit from some help with loss, please share this link with them: https://howtolivelifeafterloss.com/invite
Take a Holiday From Grief: 6 Day Online Series with Sadie Beyl
Tuesday, June 28 - Sunday, July 3, 2022 at 6:00 PM CEST / 4:00 PM GMT / 9:00 AM PT / 12:00 PM ET
Don’t you wish you could just pack a bag and get away from your grief! Starting on Tuesday, 28 June,
for 6 days, and for only half an hour a day, Sadie's goal is to help YOU go within and activate a flow
state of ease so that you can experience more joy, fulfillment and peace. The best part is, you’re invited
to attend these 6 meditation and mindfulness sessions, for FREE!
This is for YOU if want to:
- Become less stressed and more connected
- Let go of feeling emotional all of the time: guilt, frustration, shame and judgement
- Create a roadmap to live a fulfilled life without your loved one
- Be calm and overcome fear, anger and frustration
- Express yourself with ease and create new opportunities in your life
- Regain your balance, and improve sleep quality
- Take better care of yourself and feel less isolated or lonely
Take a Holiday from Grief series will help you take a break from grief and leave you feeling refreshed and recharged, exactly as if you’d had a mini holiday! Whatever emotions you’re facing or you simply feel lost, that your life will never be the same again and you don’t know what’s next, this FREE series is for you!
If YOU are ready for a little vacation, and to receive advice, tips, and tools for daily support on this unasked
for journey, sign up now at: https://frommourningtolight.com/grief-holiday
International Widows Day
Tuesday, June 23, 2022
International Widows Day on Tuesday, June 23, 2022, is an annual day to bring global
awareness to the violation of human rights and dignity that widows suffer in many countries after the death of their spouses. The loss of a spouse is devastating under the best of circumstances but the COVID-19 pandemic has made the situation worse over the last several months, leaving many thousands of women newly widowed and
cut off from financial and familial support. There are an estimated 258 million plus widows around the world,
and close to 1 in 10 live in extreme poverty. The United Nations observes this day to draw attention to
the voices & experiences of widows across the globe and to galvanize the unique support that they need.
It is an opportunity for action towards achieving full rights and recognition
for widows. Widows' rights are women's rights are human rights.
"For many women, becoming a widow does not just mean the heartache of losing a husband,
but often losing everything else as well."
– Cherie Blair, wife of former Prime Minister, Tony Blair.
FREE LIVE COACHING SERIES with Dr. Betsy Guerra
WHAT: LIVE virtual coaching with topics inspired by you.
WHO: Anyone looking to become a better version of him/herself.
WHY: Because we were created for greatness.
WHEN: 1st Tuesday of every month at 10:30 PM EST - Next Session is July 6 , 2022
HOW MUCH: FREE
Join Dr. Betsy Guerra, from Better with Betsy, for a FREE live session and come ready to ask any questions you
may have. She would love to see your faces, but if you'd rather stay anonymous, you're welcome to keep your
camera off and change your screen name. Please share anyone you know who may benefit from this session.
Dr. Guerra is excited to support you! SIGN UP to receive the link for the video call.
A Bartender, Hair Stylist, and Nail Technician Walk into a Funeral...Responding to Grief in Service Professions Webinar - 21 Jun 2022Read Now
A Bartender, Hair Stylist, and Nail Technician Walk into a Funeral...
Responding to Grief in Service Professions Webinar
Tuesday, June 21, 2022, at 6:00 PM EST
When we think of professions that regularly interact with grieving people, we might think of healthcare
workers, hospice employees, and funeral directors. Yet many service providers routinely find themselves in
the thick of conversations about grief with little to no training on how to navigate these interactions. Join
WPSU & Speaking Grief on Tuesday, June 21, 2022, at 6:00 PM EST for the webinar “A Bartender, Hair Stylist,
and Nail Technician Walk into a Funeral...Responding to Grief in Service Professions.” Experts will share
ideas for how to respond to grieving clients with compassion while still maintaining professional
boundaries as well as what to do if your own grief is triggered by a client’s story.
Hair stylist and Industry Educator Hunter Donia will moderate the discussion with our panelists:
- Rachelle Bensoussan, M.A., CT, co-founder and managing director of Being Here, Human
- Shelby Forsythia, intuitive grief guide and author of Your Grief, Your Way
- Luis Resendez, LMFT, founder of Vida Emotional Wellness
This event is for YOU, so they will also answer questions from the chat as time allows.
This webinar is brought to you by Speaking Grief, a public media initiative working to
create a more grief-aware society. Speaking Grief is produced by WPSU with
philanthropic support from the New York Life Foundation.
Register for this FREE event here: https://wpsumm.wufoo.com/forms/r169blyy1j4wm1q/
Let Go Of Your Guilt After Suicide Loss FREE 5 Day Support Series
Starting Monday, June 20, host Caro Brookings will be diving into her 3-part framework, where she combine
all of her knowledge and experience, which she has used to support hundreds of other suicide loss survivors
to release their guilt and find joy again. This isn’t a typical support series, where you just get some fluff
and information about what might work. Everything she shares with you is proven to work through scientific research and even brain scans. Remember that time doesn’t heal all wounds. If you stay with her for the
entire 5 days, you WILL take action as we go along, and you will walk away with your own personalized
plan of what you can do to find peace beyond our 5 days together. You will discover the #1 reason you
haven’t found inner peace. You will learn Caro's exact steps that helped her to let go of her guilt after
losing her Mum to suicide, and how to live a joyful life and not just survive.
Register at https://support.suicidebereavementcoaching.com/supportseries
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A New Home and a Fresh Start Amid Grief
It goes without saying that losing a spouse or partner turns your life upside-down. But one thing that doesn't change is your physical surroundings. The route you once walked to the corner store, the kitchen where they cooked your favorite meals, the herb garden you planted together — they're all still there. The same environment that once felt like home can feel disorienting without your partner.
If you and your partner lived in the same house for a long time, reminders of the loss can feel ever-present in your space. While some memories of your loved one can bring comfort, constant or intrusive thoughts can take a toll on your mental health.
It's okay to consider leaving the home you once shared. In fact, doing so can be an act of self-care. Of course, relocating doesn't eliminate feelings of grief completely, but it may be the fresh start you need to eventually arrive at a "new normal" in your life.
Choosing a New Neighborhood
You don't have to travel a long distance to experience a completely different neighborhood. You might want to live in the bustle of a city or in the tranquility of the countryside. You may find that you have more flexibility to move closer to work or family now. Rather than frequenting the same local haunts you used to visit with your loved one, you have the chance to find new places to make yourself a "regular." Remember, you can always venture back to your old neighborhood for a visit when the mood strikes.
Be gentle with yourself. Moving allows you to begin sorting through your loved one's belongings. Maybe you can discard some non-sentimental items as you're decluttering your own possessions for the move. It might be a good time to donate most of their clothing and shoes if you haven't done so already.
When it comes to sentimental items, pack them up, and don't force yourself to make any decisions right now. You can store the boxes at your new place and revisit the items inside whenever you're ready.
Getting Ready to Sell
Moving is always a stressful experience, even when you're not dealing with grief. Make sure to get extra support from friends, family, and professionals. Even if you're usually the do-it-yourself type, consider hiring pros to get your home market-ready. They can quickly address any glaring maintenance issues, such as damaged plumbing, a finicky heating system, cracked windows, or chipped paint. Hiring a house cleaning service to deep-clean your home for real estate photos can be more affordable than you might think. These investments pay off when you place your house on the market.
Buying a Home
When you're ready to buy a new home, there are a few key steps you'll need to take in order to ensure things go smoothly. First, it's important to get your finances in order. This means creating a budget and saving up for a down payment. You'll also need to get pre-approved for a mortgage. Once you've done all of this, you can start the search for your new home. When you find the right one, be sure to have a professional home inspector take a look before making an offer. Once everything is finalized, you can move in and start enjoying your new home!
Once you’ve purchased a home, it’s time to purchase home insurance and consider a home warranty. Are home warranties really worth it? If you’re in a new home with all-new appliances, you could pass on a home warranty. But if the home inspection revealed some issues, it may be wise to purchase a policy.
Losing a spouse or partner will require a lengthy healing process. Use the tips above to find a new home and get a fresh start. If you need help processing your feelings of grief, reach out to My Grief Connection to find hope and support.
Thank you to our guest blogger Catherine Workman!
Catherine loves seeing the world and believes travel contributes to our overall wellness. She believes we should
all leave our comfort zones once in a while and uses travel to boost her physical and mental health. Ms. Workman
is part of a great team at Wellness Voyager and enjoys sharing her thoughts on travel and wellness.
Grief Kind Classes with Sue Ryder
In this series of five short video tutorials, the bereavement experts at Sue Ryder talk you through what grief is like and how you can support others who are grieving. The videos have been produced as part of their Grief Kind campaign. In this first Grief Kind Class, Sue Ryder's bereavement experts answer a range of questions to help you get a basic understanding of grief. Class two provides advice on what to say – and what not to say – to someone
who has been bereaved and is grieving. Watch class three for advice on what to do to support someone you care about who has been bereaved and is grieving, what works for one person might not for another. bereavement experts answer a range of questions to help you with answering this common question. Themes they look at include: How can you live with grief, and how can you help someone else to live with grief? Class five discusses how it is important for you to also look after yourself, as well as others, when you are in this supportive role. Watch the series on the Sue Ryder YouTube page or at:
Watch the first video in the series by clicking the video below.
Conscious Grief Series 3 : How To Navigate Through Grief To Find Joy, Connection and Happiness Again- 11 Jun 2022Read Now
Conscious Grief Series 3 : How To Navigate Through Grief To Find Joy, Connection and Happiness Again
June 11 - July 1, 2022
You are invited to attend the Conscious Grief Series 3 – How To Navigate Through Grief To Find Joy, Connection
and Happiness Again, hosted by Tara Nash. In these interviews each expert is sharing tools and resources on how to process grief. Grief is one of the hardest human processes we must endure. So often we want to run or numb from grief, but what if we choose to grieve consciously? Our pain is not something to be dismissed and overcome, it is something to be held and nurtured. Deep transformation and growth can happen come from our darkest paths. This series begins on June 11th, sign up now for this FREE event. You will receive a daily email with an interview from 21 experts ranging from Coaches, Authors, Therapists and Teachers. You can watch in the comfort of your own home, in the car, or out for a walk. Do not miss out on listening to incredible speakers who have navigated the rocky path of grief and who generously share their wisdom and insights to help others. Many speakers also do giveaways of free sessions, books, meditations and so on. Do you know someone else that needs this? Please share!
To sign up visit https://www.consciousgriefseries.com/SaraCobb
Join the Facebook community at: https://www.facebook.com/consciousgriefseries
Connect with Tara on Instagram at @tara_nash_seeker
The Compassionate Friends, Great Boise Area Chapter
The Compassionate Friends is an emotional support group for those suffering from child loss. Parents,
grandparents and siblings (age 12 and above) are all welcome. They are a self-help group and all of
their leaders are bereaved parents. They are a non-profit, non-denominational support group with
no religious affiliation. The group meets inside the Meridian Senior Center at Julius M. Kleiner Park
in Meridian, Idaho at The Village, every 2nd Thursday of the month at 7:00 PM MST.
Next Meeting: June 9, 2022 at 7:00 PM MDT. Check out the Live Series of YouTube videos with Co-Chapter
Leaders, Kristina & Steffanie. They recently started a blogcast called Sunflowers & Red Feathers as well.
Watch the YouTube videos or read the blog here.
They are active on their Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/TCFSouthernIdaho
and on their Private Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/634712763985467
Chapter Leader: Kristina Cunningham, firstname.lastname@example.org
Survivors of Suicide Loss Support Group - Boise, Idaho
2nd Thursday of the month from 7:00 to 9:00 PM MDT
717 N. 11th Street, Boise, Idaho 83702
The group meets continuously throughout the year at First United Methodist Church
(Cathedral of the Rockies), in the Bishop's Lounge at 717 N. 11th Street, Boise, Idaho 83702.
Meetings are held in person on the 2nd Thursday of the month from 7:00 to 9:00 PM MST.
Next meeting is on June 9, 2022.
Group Facilitators: Kirby or Susan Orme, (208) 342-2139, email@example.com
Grief in the Workplace: Supporting Each Other Through Life's Challenges
Tuesday, June 7th, 12:00 PM PT / 3:00 PM ET
You are invited to this free 60-minute online event on "Grief in the Workplace" to discuss
ways to support each other through life’s challenges at work. Join Molly Sjostrom, Senior
Global Inclusion Manager at General Mills; Ron Gura, CEO and Co-Founder of Empathy;
Dr. Julie Shaw, Founder of Lead Different Consulting and Hello I'm Grieving; and grief expert
David Kessler for this panel discussion on Tuesday, June 7th, 12:00 PM PT / 3:00 PM ET.
If you can't attend live, register anyway and you will be sent the replay.
They will discuss everything beyond HR policies and ask "How do we create a
grief-literate workplace for organizations big and small?"
- Navigating the demands of grief in the workplace
- Initiating and maintaining compassionate conversations
- Workload modification
- Dealing with privacy, interpersonal relationship, disclosure of information
- What to say what not say
- Supporting the whole team during challenging times
Register for this free webinar at: https://www.davidkesslertraining.com/grief-in-the-workplace
Death Café Boise
Tuesday, June 14, 2022, from 6:00 - 7:30 PM
Dry Creek Cemetery: 9600 Hill Road, Boise, ID 83714
The Death Café Boise has been providing an opportunity for an open conversation about death since
2014 with facilitators guiding the process. Join the conversation and please bring your curiosity, your
interest, and your experiences. All are welcome and invited to participate! These events are free to attend
and no registration is required. The next Death Café Boise event will be on Tuesday, June 14, 2022,
from 6:00 - 7:30 PM at Dry Creek Cemetery in Boise, 9600 Hill Rd, Boise, ID 83714, (best access is off
of Old Horseshoe Bend Rd.) Find your way to the office, park nearby in the lot or along the road.
The group will gather under the huge and magnificent oak tree in the old part of the cemetery.
Bring your own blanket or lawn chair, and water bottle. For specific questions, contact the
facilitator of this event by emailing them at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Awaken Your Soul’s Journey: How to Overcome Grief Through Healing
Starting on July 15, 2022
You are invited to join me and 30 life-changing experts starting on June 15th, for a FREE online summit, called: Awaken Your Soul’s Journey: How to Overcome Grief Through Healing. We’ll be sharing tools, methods and wisdom that you can implement right away to help with the grief and loss in your life. These interviews will show you how you can experience more peace, more joy, more happiness, more purpose and excitement for life! Whether you have lost a spouse, a parent, a family member, a friend, a pet or even your job or your home or maybe you are grieving for the life you lost through the pandemic... then this FREE summit is for you! In times like these, when you are in pain and don’t know where else to turn, this summit is more important than ever.
Sign up for FREE access now at http://healingenergy.world/Sara
Powerful Tools For Caregivers: 6-Part Workshop Series
Tuesdays, June 14 - July 19, 2022 from 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM MST
Terrace Home Health, 2929 W. Navigator Dr., Ste. 310, Meridian, ID 83642
(Brighton Building off of S. Ten Mile)
Family Caregivers have many roles. If one of the descriptions below sounds like you, know
that Powerful Tools for Caregivers would like to help you with the stress and burnout.
The workshop and materials are free. You and your loved one will both benefit from this opportunity:
Spouses and Partners as Caregivers, Long Distance Caregivers, Caregivers of Children with
Special Needs, Grandparents as Caregivers, and Family Caregivers in the Workplace.
For more information or to register / schedule a class, call 208-947-4283 or
email email@example.com or visit www.AgingStrong.org
National Gun Violence Awareness Day: June 3, 2022
Every day, more than 110 people in the US are killed with guns and more than 200 are shot and wounded--
but it doesn’t have to be this way. On June 3, 2022—National Gun Violence Awareness Day—people across the country will #WearOrange & come together to call attention to the gun violence crisis. Orange is the color we
wear on National Gun Violence Awareness Day to honor those whose lives have been taken or forever changed
by senseless and preventable gun violence. On June 3, 2022, join us and #WearOrange.
Learn more at www.wearorange.org
El 3 de junio de 2022-Día Nacional de Concientización sobre la Violencia con Armas, el país se unirá para
llamar la atención al crisis de violencia con armas que cobra más de 110 vidas y cientos de heridos en los EE.
UU. todos los días. Naranja es el color que usamos en el Día Nacional de Concientización sobre la Violencia con Armas de Fuego para honrar las vidas arrebatadas o cambiadas para siempre por la violencia con armas
sin sentido y prevenible. Este 3 de junio, únete a nosotros y #WearOrange.
Más información en www.wearorange.org
Mourning Joy's June 2022 Events with Sonja
Register soon to reserve a seat for both the WEBINAR and CONFERENCES!
June 9th Live webinar on Zoom with Q&A at 10:00 AM CST: Grief's Personality
June 11th & 12th Conference on Zoom at 1:00 PMCST: Grief. Healing. Hope
June 21st, 22nd & 23rd Conference on Zoom at 10:00 AM CST: Grief. Healing. Hope.
To reserve your seat email Sonja Camden at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more inf visit: https://mourningjoy.net/
Sara J. Cobb
Founder, My Grief Connection
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