After Loss [Event]
Many coping tips are given to you in grief: yoga, bubble baths, and connecting with friends. While all these are great, they’re merely self-maintenance, not self-care. We’ve somehow confused the two, so using them to cope with loss feels limited.
Self-maintenance is brushing your teeth, showering, and getting your hair cut or nails done. It’s likely what you did before the loss, in good times, and exciting moments. However, when you feel life is falling apart, you need more than that.
In this month’s Special Gathering, we’re discussing what self-care actually looks like. You’ll get practical steps (not tips) for handling your grief and loss.
This 90-minute gathering is for you if:
- You’re tired of coping tips that only includes exercising, candles, and journaling
- You want to understand your needs after loss better
- You want to learn how to express your needs and care for them
- You want to be less critical of yourself
- You want to build tolerance for supporting others
When is it?
Wednesday, February 22, 2023
The live, virtual meeting is 90-minutes. The event will not be recorded to protect your privacy. Please see the times below.
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Downloadable PDF with notes
(after the event)
The meeting will mostly resemble a webinar. It’s educational, with time for Q&A at the end. If you want to share your experience or give feedback, you’re welcome to but that isn’t required.
No. Often, these details aren’t shared in our meetings. Also, you’re not required to share or answer anything you don’t want to.
No. This meeting will not be recorded.
Yes, you’re welcome to ask Ashley questions live in session or submit them ahead of time for her to answer.
At this time, no refunds will be processed.