Accepting the New Landscape
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Accepting the New Landscape Presented by Jeanine K. Fitzgerald, The Fitzgerald Institute of Lifelong Learning Originally presented May 21, 2020
$35, 1.5 Continuing Education Units
It's crazy, how similar we are. Together, all of us are working through our stuff, trying to make something positive out of something really difficult. For many, life has become dismal, or overwhelming and all humans can only withstand a certain level of defeat, fear, resentment or mental unrest before they reach the breaking point. There is a principle that states, “Things work until they don't, and when they don't we must adjust." But many of us wonder how we might adjust? There is nothing hit or miss about living fully while you live, even during times of adversity. Wellness follows scientific laws that when sincerely practiced bring inner peace and liberate the power within, called resilience. This session is designed to invite reflection that leads us to understand the principles of wellness that bring us comfort and balance, and protect us from breaking. It is a time to ask questions that are on your mind so we can move beyond our weariness to living joyfully again. Level: All Levels Track: Family/Youth Format: Lecture, Interactive
Jeanine is a Certified Human Behavior Consultant and Specialist, Author and Master Trainer. She has 42 years experience working with children, parents, and professionals to achieve more with those at risk. As a mother of three grown children, Jeanine understands the promise within every child. She is the Owner of the Fitzgerald Institute, a project-immersion, nature-based school and author of two books. Jeanine is recognized as a nationally approved trainer in the fields of disabilities, education and mental health.
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