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When this course starts I will be 72years old. I have 3 children, 6 grandchildren,
4 live in Sweden and I am in New York. My marriage is one of convince and we spend most of our days, nights in separate rooms. Most of my friends have moved away. I don’t mean to sound like a desperate person. I keep busy doing “things” and do not feel particularly lonely or sad. However, I know I have so much life and joy buried deep inside me, long to find it and bring it back but just don’t seem to know how.
I believe your “Hanging Out”will help. I also look forward to being of help to others. Looking forward to January!!!
P.S. I am looking for one of your success teams in Westchester County NY or NYC (which is full). If there are any teams around me could you please advise Thank you 🙂
Barbara, I have been gaining a little knowledge along from you for years, I am really excited to be joining you and many like-minded wonderful people who think the same way. I total believe this will be a life-changing opportunity for me.
Thanks for all your dedication to helping so many who are different.
Glad you’ll be here, Sam. The more you comment, the more everyone (myself included) will jump in to respond, so be sure to let everyone know what you’re thinking.
This goes for everyone. I love to see comments and always try to answer them. I love that part of HO. I think you will too~
I did it!
This is actually my second try at Hanging Out. I signed up at the beginning of the year, but there was too much going on and life was pretty rough for a while, so I dropped out. But now I’m back – ready for taking my life to the next level, living my dreams and being myself.
I love your stuff so much, Barbara, and your books have helped me tremendously in accepting myself and embracing (and understanding) my weirdness. Thank you so, so much, you’re the best. <3
So now I'm looking forward to hanging out with you and all the other weird and awesome people out there.
Yay! 🙂 Glad you came back, Sonnach. And thank you for letting me know my work has helped you. That means a lot to me.