Do family gatherings scare you?

“So, you came here alone … again.”

“You’re still stuck in that dead-end job, aren’t you?”

“Go help your motherĀ in the kitchen!”


It’s amazing…

The way some family members treat you – or ignore you – at a holiday gathering.

Why can’t they say, “Hi! Glad to see you!” or something equally, you know, welcoming?

Who can blame you for dreading family gatherings, when they can feel awkward at best, or agonizing at worst?

What you wish could be the most wonderful time of the year looms in your mind as a series of ordeals to be survived, rather than celebrations to be enjoyed.

Where’s the fun in that?

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Anxiety about family gatherings – or guilt about skipping them, to avoid the agony – can suck the joy right out of your holiday season.

If you would like to change that, come and join “Family Harmony Here and Now.”

This free online healing circle has been created to help you gently release painful memories of past holidays …

Ease anxiety about upcoming gatherings …

Or both.

In this 30-minute guided meditation, we will:

  • Heal the inner child or teenager still grieving over long-ago hurts
  • Help you give yourself permission to spend the holidays the way you want to spend them
  • Guide you to new understanding of family members you would rather avoid, so you can make compassion-based choices about attending family gatherings, rather than choices based on guilt or fear.

We meet online, so you can join us from anywhere in the world … and I hope you do.

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If this sounds good to you, register for this free online healing circle by clicking here.

If you can’t make the live call, go ahead and register anyway so you can get a link to the limited-time replay.

To get the most out of “Family Harmony Here and Now,” please take a moment to answer the questions on the registration form. Not a requirement – just a suggestion to enrich your experience.

Thank you for taking the time to read this, my dear. May the holidays bring all you desire – and more. You deserve it.

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