March 24: 5-7:30 pm. Wellmont Health System, Tennessee. Wellmont Hospice Dinner and Deborah Grassman presents, Dying Healed: A Shared Quest for Wholeness.
March 25, 8:15 – 4 pm: Wellmont Health System, Bristol Regional Medical Center, Monarch Auditorium, 1 Medical Park Blvd., Bristol, TN 37620. Deborah Grassman will do 4 presentations: 1) Wounded Warriors: Their Last Battle, 2) Forgiveness: Changing our Relationship with the Past, 3) Soul Injury: An Overlooked, Unassessed Consequence of Trauma, 4) The Hero Within: Restoring Wholeness. Free for Wellmont employees, volunteers, veterans and veteran family members. All others, $20 for full day, $10 for half-day. To register, contact Lora Johnson 423-844-5279 or online at wellmontfoundation9369.thankyou4caring.org/Heroes.
April 18: The Villages, Florida. 9 am-12 Managing Stress, 1 pm -4 pm Problem Solving.
April 19: The Villages, Florida. 9 am – 12 Utilizing Technology, 1 pm – 4 pm Self-care.
May 1, 9 – 4:30: Join Opus Peace at beautiful Lake Tarpon Clubhouse for a Soul Injury Ceremonial Workshop to provide an experiential shift in the relationship to pain in the soul. Civilians and clinicians join together to create a safe haven so veterans, their families, and others can re-own and re-home the parts of themselves that may still be carrying unmourned grief or unforgiven guilt. Following the ceremony, mental health counselors, massage therapists, veteran resource programs, and others will be available for follow-up care. Registration opening soon. For more information call Pat at 727-385-8471.
June 1 – 5: Heart Land Home Health, Green Bay, Wisconsin.
September 18: Jacksonville, Fl. Caregiver Support Seminar. Contact Toola Wootan for information
Book Circles: Consider Starting One
What do churches, civic groups, book clubs, community associations, and prisons have in common? They have used Deborah’s book, The Hero Within, Redeeming the Destiny We Were Born To Fulfill, as a guide for creating and achieving pervasive, personal peace. Deborah provides clear, practical, and meaningful perspectives based on the hospice care she provided to more than 10,000 dying people: “Everything I know about living, I learned from the dying.” These insights are shared in simple, powerful ways that not only provide insight, but tools for personal growth and healing:
-“I keep this book at my bedside now and reference it frequently.”
-“I wish I would have known about this book years ago. It would have saved me a lot of heartache.”
-“Sharing the concepts within a community was simply awesome.”
Sharing stories in a small community of trustworthy people, remind us that we belong to one another and that we can help each other. Stories connect us to each other and ourselves. Don’t miss this opportunity for new vistas that will awaken your interior hero. Contact us and we will help you start an 8-week Book Circle. Deborah will even join you via phone for one of them!