Everything posted by MidlifeDatingCoach
Hi, I'm new here (more on me in an Intro thread later...). I'm looking to post about a new Witchcraft book I'm reading and want to be able to discuss it with other here, but I'm not seeing WHICH of the groupings is PAGAN/Witchcraft Oriented. Is there one? If yes, PLEASE direct me to it and I'll post further over there. And while I'm at it, when I DO post about it, is it ok to cite the book's Amazon link in the post? Non affiliate link. I'm new and attempting to avoid being spammy. TY! Thank you! Cheers and blessings, April
Personally, I'm looking to be able to sort of ethically complete a degree which I started at CIIS in San Francisco oh so many years ago which would be very difficult to complete directly b/c I no longer live there. I feel quite ethical doing so because I already have most of the studies and creds for the Masters but would need to go through a laborious process to have them even consider me again directly. Plus, I don't think they offer sufficient Online Options for most of what I would need to complete the degree. ULC Seminar gives me a way to do so. And there are reading and studies to do. There are plenty of self-directed opportunities to assist people further with our work, accredited by who-deemed-them-so-to-begin-with-body or not. I've completed a number of studies. ULC offers me a way to pull them altogether. Cheers and blessings, April
Mahalo Dhana, I am so sorry for all of your losses. I was widowed young myself, and had a number of deaths/passings a few years in a row. While I do not have church to which I can point you, I would highly recommend picking up a copy of The Grief Recovery Handbook. The title doesn't do it justice. The use of the word "recovery" makes it sound like a 12 Steps program, which it is not. It is the only book I have found which addresses the emotions of grief and doesn't just talk about them. I think the latest edition is an anniversary edition. You can find it at Amazon and likely your local b&m of Barnes and Noble. I hope reading it helps you. Despite what some churches seem to inculcate that we're supposed to be "over it" in a short period of time, the book does help, regardless of faith/non-faith. And regardless of religion, God Him/Herself is still with you. I say that to encourage you, not to just utter some trite pedantic muttering. In our sobbing, God is still with us. "I will never leave you nor forsake you" are words to which I cling throughout my whole life. Blessings to you on your path, April PS: I can cite the link to it at Amazon, but since this is my very first post, I didn't want to get what could be misconstrued as spammy... If you want me to cite it, please reply to that effect here, and I'll go locate it for you.