I’m Back….

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Hey, everyone!  I’m so glad to be back 🙂

Notice anything different?  Something numeric maybe?  I have a telephone number!  1.315.765.6530.  Truth be told, I wasn’t ever going to get a telephone number, but it became apparent that businesses and agencies prefer speaking voice to voice when making plans rather than using only email.  Go figure!  It’s been so helpful to have and I’ve already received a number of calls and am currently booking some speaking engagements as a result.  Plus it frees up my home phone for the other members of my household so it’s a win-win-win.  Feel free to call anytime…to book an appointment, to book a speaking engagement, to request a support group, to chat for your free 10 minutes to get to know me before booking an appointment or simply to say hi.

Since last we spoke, I resigned from my part time position at my local hospice in order to put all of my energy and effort into Translating Grief.  This is my first Monday morning of the first full week of working only for myself — and you!  Monday’s have now taken on a whole new meaning.  I woke up this morning energized and ready to roll.

My goal has been and is now to spread understanding about grief…all kinds of grief.  I see my “job” as normalizing your unique reactions to whatever your grief is, to point out red flags that may be present or arise, to walk alongside those choosing to engage in counseling with me, and to provide public education through workshops, speeches and support groups (both in person and online).

My goals – both immediate and long term – are lofty, but I intend to work hard to achieve them.  I hope that you will come along on this journey with me…

Like me on Facebook, follow my blog, share share share whatever you read that resonates with you and send up some positive thoughts/prayers/energy whenever you visit Translating Grief or think of me.  I’m so very grateful for all of you…

❤ Lisa ❤

Copyright 2014 Lisa B. Wolfe, Translating Grief, LLC

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