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We’re Back! Join the GriefTalk Podcast Tonight for Part I of 4 part Series with Special Guest …………..

I know, I know, it’s been a heck of a while since my fingers have touched the blog, but I promise it was for a good reason:

Her name is Boutou Sudie Ogandaga and she came to us on December 1!

boutouWith my Aunt Jewell and Mother in Love, Marie Claire who stayed with us a whopping 3 months to get organized as a new growing family! #lovethem

I’m excited to bring the first interview for the 2015 year! Tonight at 9pm EST, we will feature Jennifer Pessima who is a multi-talented person who has endured alot in her short lifespan; yet, you’d never know! Tonight, join us for the first part of a four part series called: Grief, Guardanship, and God’s Promise for Good Success! Learn with me, how Jennifer overcame the death of both parents, life as an adult orphan, to walk into her passion and place in the marketplace to recieving the unconditional love that God has for her!

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Her story is amazing!!!

Please take the time right now to register for tonights podcast/broadcast right now by clicking on this link: https://danita.leadpages.net/grieftalk1/

Together, We’re going to show you…

  1. How to discover what the orphan spirit is, why it matters to your life.
  2. How to laser in on the importance of receiving God’s unconditional love.
  3. How to create a movement that naturally births an atmosphere of authenticity in business, on social media and in life.
  4. How to get really clear as whether you have the orphan spirit and how to overcome it!
  5. How to take your passion and calling to the marketplace.

#lifechanging!

Hope to see you tonight and remember to add the GriefTalk Podcast to your subscription list. Pray for our consistency and God’s restoration on all we interview and all who are exposed to this podcast.

We love you! God loves you smoking hot!!!

Danita Ogandaga

GriefTalk Podcast

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Satan’s greatest tactic against women is their identity. Dealing with the elephants in the room, acknowledging toxic relationships, and de-centralizing people, places, and things from our center are keys to having a resilient, ready to change life! 

Danita Ogandaga, MSW 

 

 

 

 

Take A Glimpse Inside The Book: 4 Important Tips You’ll Learn

  1. Denial is not a great strategy to develop in life. Unfortunately, most have settled for this sedation. Emotional resilience and faith in God guide you through life’s difficult truths.
  2. Create a life right where you are after you clean you closet! My favorite strategist, Seth Godin said it best, ” Instead of wondering when your next vacation is, maybe you should set up a life you don’t need to escape from!”
  3. Telling the “lizard brain” to shut up builds focus. All of us are born with the capacity to get it done. God reminds us that His strength is so perfect when we’re weak; yet we keep going. Making a decision to keep moving in the face of adversity and learning  how to choose your battles is key to your victory!
  4. Prescriptions can’t fix it all. Drowning our virtue in food, pills, shopping, sex, and swinging never made the case. Victor Hugo crushed it when he exclaimed, ” Virtue wears a veil, vices wear a mask!”

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Conferences & Webinairs, Grief & Loss

Seasons of Grief Re-Cap-Thanks Fayetteville, Georgia!

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What an awesome night of remembrance, healing, and shared stories of loved ones that has passed recently. It was an honor to be in the presence of family members who were taking the necessary time out to permit themselves to grieve and understand the stages and tasks associated with the grieving process. The grief process is unique and just because we love God, we MUST take the time to go through the process of grief.

Last night, I taught on the Price of Unresolved Grief and why we need to acknowledge grief. People are still walking around attached to pain that happened to them years ago and are unsure how to go about releasing the pain; wondering what their quality of life will be without it; the pain that is. Many of the people there were newly grieved and I was honored to share in their process.

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There were people there last night that were facing:

  • The 2 month loss of their wife following 64 years
  • The 2-year loss of their husband following 65 years of certainty of who they were in the marriage and not as a single person
  • The 2-month loss of a daughter

We took the time to do a Seasons of Grief Exercise to remember the loved ones. Thanks toImage

,we took the concept of the Memory Jar with Stones and adapted it to the season and used green and red sticks to allow the participants to write the names of their loved ones one them. Walking through the crowd, we took the time to allow moments for them to share stories of their loved ones and how they are coping. The stories of unconditional love and devotion were amazing.

Despite the layers of loss, the atmosphere of peace was thick and it was apparent that the people in attendance felt the need to share and begin the process of healing.

Thank you to all who came out!

We look forward to being with everyone again in Fayetteville, GA on Thursday, December 5 at 7:00pm for Part II of the Grief Seminar: The Art of Grief. Come and bring a friend. We’re gonna laugh, cry, and paint our expression on paper.

Interested in hosting Seasons of Grief in your City? Send inquiries to danitaogandagaventures@gmail.com. 

Individual Grief Recovery Programs and Sessions will begin January 2014! Stay tuned.