Be moved. Words alone cannot express our experience of grief and so we dance. Movement matters. Shake your soul and explore how the expression of movement can help release some of the pain our bodies hold. We will move solo, as a group, and I’ll introduce you to my favourite partner: a hula hoop Let’s […]
Tools for Self-care and Discovery
The holiday season is coming whether we want it to or not! Thanks to the retail industry, this season seems to start earlier and earlier every year. Holidays are supposed to be a time of being together, honoring traditions, joy and merriment. When we are grieving this can seem just about impossible. So how do […]
Music has played a tremendous role in me stepping forward into this new life of mine. My wife was a musician, and her influence certainly impacted me. Once widowed, and after the last memorial song quieted in my space, I found myself listening to a variety of music, but all due to a strong emotional […]
Can you imagine yourself on a date? Do you even want to start dating again? What will your family and friends say when you decide to start dating again? Does it matter? What happens if you start dating and it doesn’t work out? What are your best hopes and worst fears about falling in love again? […]
Leslie Streeter is an author, a journalist, a mom, and a widow. Her unique perspective on grief, love and healing will be shared from the Camp Widow keynote stage with honesty and humor.
Have you ever wished you could just forget about being widowed, even for an hour or two? Ever want to do something silly and lighthearted, something that is not connected or centered around your grief? This is the workshop for you!