Period:Dec 1, 2020 - Dec 1, 2020
Number of Sessions:1
Days of week
It can be uncomfortable and unfamiliar to talk about death or grief. Sure, we know to be serious when someone dies, but is it ok to make a joke? If you talk about grace are you talking about religion? And what about those people that tell me I should be over my grief about my best friend, my cat? Humor and grace are two tools that help you walk along the path of grief. This session with Debra Joy Hart will help you discern healthy vs unhealthy grief coping skills, talk about forced humor vs organic humor, and redefine grace in non-religious terms. It will be a safe place to laugh and cry.
Cost is $20. Kindred Souls members receive a discount.
The workshop will be presented online via Zoom. When you register, you will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom linke. A reminder will be sent out the day before and day of the event.
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ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Debra Joy Hart is the Spiritual Director and part-time minister at Unity Church and Spiritual Center in Urbana, IL and the creator of the 1000 Red Nose Project, a non-profit that hands out red noses to help promote peace, laughter and healthy humor in the world. Exploring the intersection of humanity, humor, grief, and the divine is a main theme in Deb’s professional and personal life. She has learned that humor, laughter, mirth and wit prevent hardening of the attitudes. She is a registered nurse for almost 30 years, a teacher, a clown, and published humorist.