Harriet Hodgson, BS, MA, is a bereaved parent, daughter, sister, niece, and friend. A freelancer for 38 years, she is the author of 36 books, including eight grief reconciliation/recovery books. Hodgson is a contributing writer for the Open to Hope Foundation and The Grief Toolbox websites. A popular speaker, she has spoken at public health, Alzheimer’s, caregiving, and bereavement conferences. She is a member of the Grief Coalition of Southeastern Minnesota.
What is anticipatory grief? Why does it have such a powerful hold on us? Join educator Harriet Hodgson to learn natural reactions to anticipatory grief. Ask questions, explore three processes of anticipatory grief, and learn new ways to cope.
- Explore anticipatory grief’s three processes
- Learn how to cope with fear
- Discover how anticipatory grief may help you
Join popular educator Harriet Hodgson in this unique writing workshop to learn the benefits of affirmation writing and how it can change your life after loss.
- Learn the benefits of affirmation writing
- Explore different writing approaches
- Learn 8 affirmation writing steps using powerful words
- Discover different ways to apply affirmations to daily life
When you're grieving it's easy to slip into what-if thinking and ongoing guilt. In contrast, affirming yourself with words can lead you forward on the recovery path. This straightforward workshop defines affirmation, gives examples of grief healing affirmations, cites affirmation writing steps, and offers ways to apply affirmations to real life. Affirmation writing isn't complicated, according to Hodgson, and her workshop will get you writing quickly. Writing affirmations can improve your day and change your life.