53 Mill Street, Westfield, MA 01085 • 413.562.3627
Event:**ON SITE** FROM STRUGGLE TO SERENITY: IMPROVING RELATIONSHIPS
Date:June 11th-13th, 2021.

Begins with supper at 6 PM on Fri, June 11, and ends with lunch on Sun, June 13

 

This weekend for all women will put the focus on the many relationships we have in our lives: our relationship with ourselves, with the God of our understanding (or our non-understanding), and with the significant and not-so-significant others. Through presentations, music, ritual, humor, written exercises, meditation, and sharing, participants will learn how to be more gentle with ourselves, take steps to deepen our relationship with the Higher Power, and learn new boundaries and behaviors for optimizing our often complicated relationships with others.

On site with private room - $345

Please note! There may be limited spaces available depending on pandemic conditions

Leader:  Betty Hill Crowson

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Betty Hill Crowson's spiritual calling, life experiences, educational background, and passion/gift for helping others have led her to devoting her life to being a personal coach, conductor of spiritual workshops/retreats/seminars, and inspirational speaker. She is the author of two books: The Joy is in the Journey: A Women's Guide Through Crisis and Change, a book that outlines a course of action for women of all ages and stages to successfully maneuver through the challenges and complexities of life's crises and changes. And more recently, The Busy Person's Guide to Balance and Boundaries which outlines a proven process for recovering balance, improving relationships, and making the giant leap from human "doing" to a happier human "being."



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