Covid-19 restrictions often thwart or undermine our efforts to help others, and many of the consequences run deep and unnoticed. Discover how separation and absence of human connection impact dementia patients and learn how a local organization overcomes social distancing obstacles to serve its elderly and infirmed population.
The Grief Training Center of Wisconsin concludes its five-part live stream series with knowledge and inspiration, as Carrie Lindsey and Bethany Coats-Topel from Allay Home Care and Hospice share their remarkable experiences and exemplify how commitment and creativity can benefit local families.”
Opportunities for healthful mourning are everywhere, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic. Learn to identify your opportunities and create meaningful rituals to facilitate healing through the Covid-19 pandemic.
Enjoy part 4 of a five-part live stream series awakening you to the damage caused by our cold response to losses during the Covid-19 pandemic, and how healthy grieving can lead you and your family toward greater meaning and contentment in your lives.
Learn the core requirements of healthy grieving and a simple transformational process anyone can use to grow through times of loss.
Melissa Minkley and Tom Ginn offer you a valuable combination of tools to use when you’re confronted with the pains of loss.
As the Co-Founder of Life Empowered Institute, Tom Ginn coaches groups and individuals on how to drive their future toward personal satisfaction and success. Melissa has spent decades coaching and counseling others to successfully navigate through their grief.
Part 3 of a five-part live stream series awakening you to the damage caused by our cold response to losses during the Covid-19 pandemic, and how healthy grieving can lead you and your family toward greater meaning and contentment in your lives.
In this session, Lauri Badura testifies to the impact addiction and suicide is having in our communities and how it too often goes unreported, while Melissa Minkley provides methods to nurture hope within ourselves and make meaning of our losses through the Covid-19 pandemic.
Lauri founded and leads the organization, “Saving Others for Archie” (SOFA). The mission of SOFA is to serve grassroots efforts to prevent substance abuse through raising awareness of the relationship between addiction and mental health issues.
The five-part livestream series, ‘Grief’s Answer to Covid’, highlights the damaging responses we’ve adopted during the pandemic.
It reveals how a healthy grieving practice will enable us to grow and thrive through our losses.
Grief and speed compare closely to lesson of The Tortoise and Hare; one moves slowly while the other moves quickly, and each achieve different results.
Like the Hare, when we grieve, we impatiently desire its end, but often refuse to be patient for it.
Like the Tortoise, however, our heart responds to life change much, much more slowly.
You may be amazed how your life can transform into beauty through the darkest depths of grief, and how, like the tortoise, you too, will wear the crown of a champion!