There are great obstacles we encounter when dealing with a crisis. We find ourselves at five intersecting roads which could lead to a catastrophic collision. Carleen provides helpful perspectives implemented during challenging times.
“How are you?” Three small words lead to a whole lot of confusion and anguish when a person is confronted with a sad, devastating crisis. Often the greatest obstacle we encounter is ‘me dealing with me.’ When the mask is peeled away, the underlying surface is inundated with great fear, self-doubt, and stress. We find ourselves at five intersecting roads which could lead to a catastrophic collision.
Following the personal loss of her husband and son, Carleen has anchored in a firm philosophy on how to live. She says, “Values of resiliency, persistence, and perseverance need to be honed. We need to practice being calm.”
Carleen is an expert in supporting individuals on their journey toward healing. She started in 1992 working with families to prearrange funerals at Eastgate Funeral Service. After twelve years, Carleen began focusing on grief care; now her experience includes thousands of families working through loss and grief. She says, “As to our actions, a person involved in a traumatic time of life needs to be considerate and appropriate in all regards when relating to others. The world would feel less complicated.”
During the Women’s Health Conference, Carleen will guide us through the Malfunction Junction and provide helpful perspectives which you can implement as you navigate your own times of challenge.