Life threw you a curve ball. 

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

On Sunday, February 13th, join Paula Harris of WH Cornerstone and Rise Up Retreats™ along with Tresa Rolando Salters for a lunch of friendship & community with a group of women who are walking on this journey with you.

Tresa is the founder of Live Well Blessed and she will share 10 Health Tips for Navigating Grief.

Here’s what past attendees have said about these lunches:


“Yesterday was truly meaningful for me. Thank you. I met such amazing women! The sense of community was incredible. I didn’t know that I needed it and I definitely didn’t know that I would find it so comforting.”

“Where it was my first time, I had no expectations. I truly enjoyed the atmosphere as well as the people. It was nice to be around people who understand exactly where you’re coming from. I prayed for all those women last night, for those who have not healed and for those who have and realize that life goes on. We always hear that you only live once. I think you live every single day; you only die once. We all need to live that life every single day the best we know how even without our soulmates being next to us, they are still with us, as long as we carry them in our hearts.”


All attendees will be gifted a copy of Paula Harris’ new book Rise Up: A Widow’s Journal, which is available on Amazon. Additional copies will be available for purchase.

Please join us for lunch at The Sun Tavern at 500 Congress St. in Duxbury, MA from 12:00 pm– 2:30 pm. There is no fee to attend. It’s our gift to you!

Seating is limited. Please RSVP by February 5th.

 

P.S. Have a friend who might benefit from this lunch too? Invite her! 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 >>

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