5 Love Languages Workshop

Sunday, May 16th, 5 PM – 7:30 PM
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Learn How to Love Better
Each of us learned a Love Language early in life. We understand love best when others use our preferred love language. Likewise, our partners, family members, children, and co-workers
understand love best when we use their preferred love language.
In this workshop, you will learn about the 5 Love Languages and how to communicate love using each one. Using a free online quiz developed by Gary Chapman, the author of The 5 Love

Eileen Grady, Presenter of 5 Love languages workshop

 Languages, you will identify your primary Love Language and can share the quiz with others in your life.

Presenter:

Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner. Served 3 years on Washtenaw Alano Club Social Committee and 11 years on the board of the Ann Arbor Women’s Group. Eileen Grady- BS in Nursing, University of Kansas; MS in Parent-Child Nursing, University of Michigan. Worked 30 years as a Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner, 10 years as Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner. Served 3 years on Washtenaw Alano Club Social Committee and 11 years on the board of the Ann Arbor Women’s Group.

Where: Zoom (online)
COST- $2, Scholarships Available
Questions? Need Help Registering? Contact Liz at registration@A2womensgroup.org or 734-846-4587 (text/call).

In-Person Events 

Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus and the immediate unknowns of the future, A2WG is practicing the Governor of Michigan’s rules for group gatherings and social distancing. All upcoming events are currently being held on Zoom.

In the meantime please try and remain stress-free by using some of the information provided by the World Health Organization (image below). There’s a comprehensive list of local recovery meetings on the Washtenaw Alano Club website or the HVAI website.

coping with stress infographic provided by WHO