“After Shock” the Teleconference

Next Teleconference

THIS SATURDAY!!

Just a reminder, my next teleconference is:

October 25th 

3:00 – 4:00 PM EDT

If you’re interested in participating, please fill out the form on the contact page.  Once I get your email I’ll send you the phone number and access code you’ll need to join in the conversation.  After you have done this once, you’ll automatically be informed of all future calls.

There is no charge for the teleconference, except what your long distance carrier charges for a call.

The Call

The conference call is set up in an informal format.  I will introduce the topic and then the rest of the call is open to question and answers. 

During Saturday’s conversation we’ll be addressing

3 things to think about and expect to experience after a major life shake- up.  With much of our focus on the 2nd and 3rd principals.  

1) When you are handed an unexpected blow, a challenge you are forced to face, you need to also know that your live has forever changed.  

2) Accepting these changes are likely to be painful.  You almost certainly will need to grieve.   

3) If we you ask a bit of your shattered selves, ask that you have awareness. Keep a soft eye open for a specialness so tender in the aftermath of a trauma that it may awe you to our core.  Strangely, this little, tiny sprig of hope is often best seen in the darkest hour.   

 

 

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4 responses to ““After Shock” the Teleconference

  1. Ha Rachel,

    Here is an image that came to mind when I thought about a “small special thing so tender”.

  2. that’s just perfect Tim, thanks! Think I should put that image up with that point in my upcoming posts…

  3. Class was wonderful, thanks to everyone who joined in. FYI: The recording worked!! Yippy.

  4. very awesome blog some how i found you looking for things on our sons birth defect esophageal atresia. I wish you nothing but the best.

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