I'm out of excuses and working out my life these days as a gainful member of the workforce, but I do want to keep up these monthly FREE live online journaling workshops. The theme for February, of course, must be LOVE... Not necessarily the romantic kind, but it can be.
Sunday, February 4, 2018 at 1:00 PM Atlantic (12:00 PM ET)
Love, the love that defines us and makes us able to accept and give love reciprocally, begins when we are children. How we are given love as a child sets us up for love as adults. Our parents love us unconditionally... or do they? We see the way our parents interact and that can be something we want for ourselves or something we want to avoid at all costs. We watch television and Disney movies and see those reflections of 'perfect' love. We've probably all heard about finding the perfect man, our soul mate, and we may or may not have married or cohabitated with one. But then, many of us have had nightmare experiences, too. And then there is arranged marriage...
So many kinds of L-O-V-E.
In this, the month of Valentine's Day, we will explore love in whatever form you wish to journal about. And then, as always, we will share what we wish to share, so that the others in our little cocoon of love can experience a different viewpoint of love. It is always a good thing to share — if we are brave enough — because it helps us to know that we are A) not alone, and B) that although we may not share the experience, we may very well share similar feelings.
I hope you'll be there. Love is always a fascinating thing to talk about.
HOW to JOIN:
If you've already signed up for monthly Wild Woman Live Online Journaling Workshops, you've probably already received a notification via email. Simply follow the link and show up on Sunday and we'll be delighted to receive you.
If you're new to these monthly live journaling workshops, click on the link below and I'll be in touch with the details on how to join us.
It's that simple... I hope to see you on Sunday, February 4th for some L-O-V-E talk.
kathy mercure is a storyhealer, storylistener, and storyteller. Her life’s work is to gently draw stories from her students to help them find their voice and nurture their Wounded Wild Child through journaling. Her passion is to support women in realizing their true identity as Wild Women, claiming their passions, and speaking their truths as they become their most authentic selves. (Photo by EagleSpirit Soul Shots)