I want to extend this opportunity to All Web Forum Members. We’re going through these scary times and could all use some support.
Just click on the Consultations Tab and leave me a note with your phone number and a good time to call. You choose the topic, anything you might have on your mind. I will offer a listening ear, some support and maybe even some inspiration.
Here in Minnesota, we get a bit of cabin fever by mid-March. So to honor my Minnesota heritage, I’m making a special offer to The Relationship Connection Forum Members.
From March 15th through March 22nd you can schedule a personal consultation for half price at $50.00 / hr.
To register, click on the Consultations Tab above. Fill out the form and I will contact you to schedule your consultation.
We had two great classes at The Metamorphosis Center last Saturday afternoon. Join us for more upcoming classes in January and February. You can access the class schedule on our Events page or click on the link below.
I have exciting news! I am putting together details to hold our 1st Annual First Love/Lost Love Reunion!
The Reunion will be held in mid-July 2020 at the Metamorphosis Center in Savage, Minnesota. (This is located just south of the MSP airport.)
We will begin with a morning registration. There are welcome and get acquainted activities, so yes, you will be able to interact live and in person, with other members from the Lost Love Web Forums!
I have planned a tribute for Nancy Kalish, Ph.D. who pioneered 20 years of Lost Love Research and created a community of support and encouragement for it’s members.
We will continue the day with interactive activities and speakers.
The day will conclude with dinner together at a near-by restaurant.
As details are confirmed, I will continue to update.
Lost Love stories are everywhere. I was meeting with one of the web developers during the beginning stages of building this site. He asked me to explain what it is The Relationship Connection is all about. And what I wanted web forums for.
As I began explaining about First Love and Developmental Stages and Lost Love and Re-connections, he got this look on his face.. the look of familiarity. I smiled and nodded as he began to share.
His mother had passed away when he was a child. And eventually his dad found his first love. And then they married.
The web developer became more curious about what he would be working on as he realized it touched his own life. Even before he knew it was a ‘thing’. This LL phenomenon thing. When I showed him the Lost Love site and he saw the number of posts and that its been here for 20 years, he realized further how important this is to so many people finding their way.
By the time they had developed this website and built the forums, the whole agency had worked on some part of it. And are all excitedly watching to see it grow.
Lost Love Stories … are everywhere!
Feel free to share your love story here in the forums under First Love Stories…