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More Survivorship Webinars – Randy Noblitt and Jeannie Riseman

February 9, 2010

I forgot that I had this post buried in my draft pile. So…here it is…albeit it a bit late.

I attended two more Survivorship webinars. Both were excellent.

Randy Noblitt, PhD was the presenter of a webinar on “Empowerment and Managing the Effects of Programming”. He explained about programming

Jeannie Riseman gave a presentation on “Normal Guilt, Guilt Induced by Extreme Abuse, and Some Suggestions for Working with Guilt.”

Both presenters did a good job. I learned new things and had other familiar things reinforced. One thing I like about the webinars is that they help me to see what I have learned in addition to teaching me new things. I get to hear about others’ experiences and get information from those who have been studying what happens to survivors. Part of what that does is reinforce good and correct messages while exposing incorrect and negative messages.

Healing is a process. There is always more to learn along the way. I hope I always keep learning new things and forward in my healing and growth. These webinars definitely help me to do that. Even when I go in thinking I am already pretty familiar with a topic, I find that I learn something new. So far, the presenters have been interesting, prepared and familiar with their subject. I am grateful to them.

For information about future webinars go to Survivorship webinars.

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2 comments

  1. My favorite quote about healing is from a movie called The Spitfire Grill. The character Percy says, “Do you believe that if a wound goes so deep, the healing can hurt just as much as what caused it.” For me, it makes all the sense in the world. Sometimes healing isn’t the easiest thing. There is no magical wand to make it all better. Its a process that takes time depending on who you are and where you are. And that process can have challenging moments.


    • I like that quote! Thank you for sharing it. I think it makes sense, too. Healing is hard work. And yes…it can be very challenging. Thanks for coming by, Sheena.



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