People who’ve healed from wounds of the heart…. Complex PTSD, Mother Hunger, AD(H)D or any prolonged grief.
Sometimes, after deep inner healing, friendship can be tricky, hard to find. The superficial no longer satisfies once you’ve tasted the fruit of authenticity.
Unwanted isolation can happen easily in our culture which doesn’t offer us enough places to meet and connect Authentically.
You’re not alone.
If you’re interested in having a conversation about options for connecting with others at Joy-Based Living, let me know.
You can find me at FB Messenger at Debbie Happy Cohen.
Debbie Happy Cohen
Debbie Happy Cohen, author, coach and artist, is the founder of Joy-Based Living. She loves spending time with magical, kind, thoughtful, inspiring people. Her Master’s Degree is in counseling but her experience comes from 20 years of coaching people to bring out the best in themselves and others. Also affectionately known as Happy D! and Reverend SASSY SHORTS!, she lives on Lookout Mountain in Alabama, near Chattanooga, Tennessee. Her books include The 12 Practices, The JBL Planner for Daily Self-Reflection, Reach Your Stars!, SANCTUARY: 4 Mantras for Thriving After Emotional Trauma, It’s All About Kids: Every Child Deserves a Teacher of the Year, and a children’s book I Don’t Think So!
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TRUE ‘DAT!!! 🙂