Hello from beautiful Montana:

My husband and I have been off on a two week vacation.  We have visited family and friends and traveled across three states and parts of Canada enjoying the world we live in. No matter what the newspapers say, we are a very blessed people to have such bounty in our earth.

Don’t worry, I won’t add photos of Victoria BC, The Rain Forest, The Coast of Washington, The Museums, or Festivals.  We forgot the camera.  Lucky you.

Tomorrow, Thursday, October 2, 2008 my radio show and teleclass is going to be on grief. Not the disappointment of forgetting a camera, the sadness of aging, but the deep bone wrenching grief of loss of a loved one.

This is a free gift to you from me.  Sign up at the link below for call in numbers and password  http://www.ArtichokePress.com

Stages
of Grief: Should I be This Sad?

Whether the loss is a loved one, pet or co-worker, it is important
to acknowledge the pain and understand the emotions. Using my
experience with Hospice, as well as having survived many losses
and writing two books on the subject, I can support your feelings
and questions.  If there is interest, I will do a 4 week
intensive coaching session on this subject.

I hope to see and hear from you.  There are always replays available, but it is more meaningful when you are present and sharing.

Love,
Judy H. Wright aka Auntie Artichoke, family relationship coach and author
http://www.ArtichokePress.com

Stages of Grief: Should I be This Sad?
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