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The Transparency of Asking for Help

“A wholehearted thank you to Marie of Journeying Beyond Breast Cancer. Her unending support and love around Ever Upward and me has meant the world!”

Journeying Beyond Breast Cancer

Those of you who are regular readers of my Weekly Round-Up will know Justine Brooks Froelker,  a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator, based on the research of Brené Brown (as an aside, my dear friend Teri Wingham first introduced me to the work of Brené  Brown on vulnerability and I’ve been hooked ever since).

Justine writes eloquently on her blog, Ever Upward. of her personal struggle in overcoming the lifelong losses of infertility to own a childfree life.  I have gained much knowledge, comfort and strength in reading her words as I too try to move towards  acceptance of a child-free life (I’m a slow learner though..and I am not quite there yet).

Justine is about to launch a book based on her blog and needs some help to promote it. I stand 100% behind her in these efforts, as I know the message…

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Justine is a Licensed Professional Counselor with more than 25 years of experience in traditional mental health and personal and professional development. Justine has been certified in the work of Dr. Brené Brown for ten years. Justine is the author of eleven books, including five Amazon bestsellers covering subjects such as infertility, faith, and grief. She has been honored to do two TEDx Talks, The Permission of the And and The Donut Effect. She travels nationally and presents virtually to global audiences delivering keynotes, workshops, retreats, and trainings on topics such as leadership, courage, resilience, mental health, preventing and coping with burnout, and courageous and curious conversation, especially in creating cultures of belonging and diversity, equity, and inclusion. Justine lives in St. Louis with her husband Chad, their three dogs, and for four months of the year hundreds of monarch and swallowtail butterflies.

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