"Let's Start" Workbook will help you sort your emotion and plan your future. Stay alert and conscious about your decisions and every move with the knowledge you gain from this book. Backed by the author's experience, you will gain peace of mind by going through the steps of one of the hardest segments of your life. This is the accompanying workbook to "Let's Start With The Edn: How To Make Divorce Less Painful".
THE HEART BROKE HAMSTER-Volume Five Divorces, Separations, Loss, Break ups Losing someone we love is never easy and we all need someone to turn to. What happened? How are you feeling? Those tough moments that hit us when we least expect it. At times we see it coming and others, we had to make the tough decision to end things. Still some get blindsided and even harder is losing someone due to illness or accident. One day you are building a life together, the next you're alone...its heart wrenching. If there are children involved it's even tougher to deal with it all. Maybe you need a sounding board or a place to put all your thoughts. Life is a balancing act, so when was the last time you took some time for you? Life doesn't seem to stop no matter what we go through. We still work, shop, clean house, take care of the kids...but you need time to just focus on you. This could be from a concerned friend, co-worker or a family member that's checking in on you. Maybe you picked it up just needing a friend. There are no right or wrong answers, no words of wisdom or advice. This is all about what you feel right now looking ahead and from all angles. Consider it a friend to listen and help get some if it out. This book is all about YOU! What you think, want and feel in this tough spot. Why a hamster? It is that continual engine that spins the wheel in our brain. We make a hundred decisions a day from; what to do, what's for dinner, what's on my schedule...and that hamster keeps running on the wheel. In this bustling world, we're kept busy and on the go. That is until a tough moment strikes, then we stop and reflect. With the loss of my dad, I realized there were so many things I never asked him. We all put off until tomorrow, then when it comes, we ask, why did I wait? That didn't make sense. Look at the people in your world and ask: What was their favorite memory? Who impacted their life the most? What do they believe is their greatest achievement? What did they want to be when they were ten years old? We are all an accumulation of every moment from birth until now. It forms every aspect of who we are; just as we shape others. With technology we tend to keep in touch on a keyboard, but can you really share all you are? Pretty hard to text a life-defining moment, isn't it? Would you email a heartfelt experience? There are so many people reaching over the internet, but 'delete' has become the new 'easy button, ' teaching rejection is a click away. Even cell phones have an ignore button, so are we really bridging distances or being trained to stop opening up? Maybe if we slow down, we just might not miss out on the most important thing in life: People! Each of the seven workbooks, are designed to make the reader the 'Star' by asking questions about their lives. They are self-check and a tool to get to know others. Do them as a group to learn, compare and laugh together. Just think...you could record who you are for your great, great-grandchildren! Just imagine them reading about where they came from. The only thing you need is a pencil and time to Sit 'N' Do Nothing.
It took seventeen days before I could bury my husband. I decided I better think about what to do and to make a list of what needed to be done and the order it needed to be done. I decided to turn in and wait until morning to start again. I didn't think I would sleep after all I had been through. To my surprise, I slept late in the morning. Guess I was more exhausted than I thought. Forty years of marriage and now a widow. Scary thought. Here's the list: Mail, death certificates, and payment on bills; Change all documents with both names; Count number of death certificates needed (cars, banks, house, insurance, etc.) See about new housing, or repair the one I am in now; Job; Safety on all sides of me, house and car; And, Dating(?)."
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