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This workshop will address the real phenomenon of Widow’s Fog and the science behind it.It will cover the perils and pitfalls of scammers and how to avoid their traps.(Trust In the Lord: The Designer of the Beautiful Tapestry of Your Life) There was a different plan, a different path that you envisioned for your life.You made decisions that led you on that road and you saw a very different future than you now face. This was not the life you thought you would be leading. What you may not see is that even though this path was not what you planned - God does have a plan. piece by piece He is turning it into something pretty beautiful.How a widow and her children used skills they had learned from 7 years of counseling to manage other illnesses (mental and physical) before grief hit, and how they incorporated that knowledge into their already-complicated lives which were now even more complicated because of grief.Discussion will include managing anxiety, triggers, and PTSD; loss of energy levels; widow’s fog; different styles of grieving for all family members; planning; and empowering yourself to become strong.
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North Temple Drive, Provo, UT) or meet at Canyon Glen Park at . Connect with people who are your age, live near by, have kids of a similar age, experienced similar loss and for a similar length of time.
You may be surprised to see you connect in many different ways!
Mark will speak to his observations regarding the following thought nuggets: why change is so difficult, small changes that make a big difference, the process of choice, the growth of a soul, and will happiness ever live here again?
Becky Nielsen: Financial woes - One widow’s journey from confusion and frustration to confidence. What is a fair and reasonable charge for someone to manage my money? Being financially literate creates confidence and is a key to financial success.
All key processes in adapting, rebuilding, and moving forward.