Navigating holidays is challenging as a widow.

Now Valentine’s Day is around the corner and as a widow, you may want support.

On Sunday, February 14th, join Paula Harris of WH Cornerstone and Rise Up Retreats™ along with author, speaker and coach, Samantha Ruth, for a “virtual” brunch of friendship & community.

Sam is a collaborative author of Permission Granted: Discover How Life Changes When You Give Yourself Permission. She is also the founder of GriefHab where she helps those who have experienced an unexpected loss by guiding them to be their true self, not who you think you need to be.

On an ordinary December afternoon in 2017, everything changed for Sam. Her soulmate Jim died unexpectedly. Sam knows what it’s like to have your world explode into a million pieces. Grieving comes with a whole set of issues that you don’t understand and those around you understand even less. Sam helps her clients understand that the only way through grief is to learn to take care of yourself in a way that is authentic to you.

Her straightforward style of communicating comes with “Samisms” like “peanut butter pancakes”.  (We will let her explain that one.) We promise this will be a time of celebrating your loved one, with other women who understand your journey and in a Rise Up community that is ready to move through their grief.

While we are unable to gather in person this year we invite you to join us for a “virtual” brunch on Zoom from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm EST. There is no fee to attend. It’s our gift to you! So wear some red or pink. Bring your favorite brunch beverage with you for toast. 


RSVP by February 10th by completing the form below.

P.S. Bring a friend who might benefit from this brunch too! And if they can’t make it, here are a few ways to remember that special woman in your life and brighten her day. Read more >>

 

Please complete the form below to register for our “virtual” Valentine’s Day brunch to be held on Sunday, February 14th from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm EST. A link to Zoom will be emailed to you.

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