Sometimes people come to our group depressed and on the verge of being homeless because they haven’t been able to find “a” job. Still others are in negative work environments or at boring jobs to pay their bills because they haven't found "their dream job." Using the principles of LOA, several members have recently received new positions! Let’s share our insights, experiences, and tips for having jobs that we love. This group was formed to explore the practical application of “the Law of Attraction in our daily lives.” Meetings will be topic-based: discussing better ways to handle “everyday challenges” like bad drivers, divorce, toxic people, poor self-esteem; and explore how to turn them into “everyday opportunities." At each session, a topic is talked about, personal experiences shared, LOA techniques and new ways of thinking explored so attendees leave with insights on ways to live happier lives. “No food” is allowed in the space, so please eat dinner ahead of time or outside the Community Room before entering. Drinks are okay, they even have a drink-vending machine in the room. I'm always open to new ideas for topics! So write Suzan if you have any suggestions.
Healing from trauma can be an isolating, overwhelming and exhausting experience. Trying to understand the multitude of symptoms from flashbacks, dissociation, intrusive thoughts, memory issues, and organizational challenges is a journey no one should make alone. The emotional and physical isolation and struggles with shame can be a constant battle as we try to explain to others our daily experience. Well meaning friends and family are often frustrated and not able to understand why we can not move forward with our healing and coping. My name is Barb and I am a trauma survivor and I live with PTSD. I am a trained Crisis Intervention Specialist and group facilitator and look forward to offering a support/ skills training group. We will be exploring a variety of skills and coping strategies to help folks live with the effects of trauma in a safe and supportive environment. There will be a love offering, but no one will be turned away because of finances. If your plans change, please change RSVP, or post. Please try to be on time, it makes a better group experience, but if late either text or call [masked], thanks, Barb
We've been meeting since December, sharing creative ideas, our writings, and support. Please bring 1,000 words to read. We read to each other in the order of arrival so it's fair to all. Free, but bring beverage and/or tapas dollars to support our venue. See you this Tuesday and every Tuesday!