Seminar: Relationship Tips: Handling the Fallout of Invisible Illness

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Shaffer Georgia Seminar: Relationship Tips: Handling the Fallout of Invisible IllnessGeorgia Shaffer

What happens when a relationship becomes too stressful? Do you let it die and say goodbye? Do you try to communicate with the other person? Georgia has some fantastic relationship tips. Although we can never make someone change, we can all benefit by understanding our own personality style better, as well as the personality of those around us. Georgia discusses the 4 distinct personality styles and you will likely find your own in one or two and she and Lisa discuss everything from caregivers to doctor relationships, marriages to friendships.

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Shaffer Georgia Seminar: Relationship Tips: Handling the Fallout of Invisible Illness

About Georgia Shaffer

Georgia Shaffer is an author, professional speaker, licensed Psychologist in Pennsylvania and a Christian life coach. Her books include the best-selling book Taking Out Your Emotional Trash, How NOT to Date a Loser and A Gift of Mourning Glories.

Georgia’s story along with her photos are featured in the film Letters to God. Over twenty two years ago Georgia was given a two percent chance to be alive in 10 years after a recurrence of breast cancer. “At that time my son, Kyle, was only 8 years old,” she said, “which meant I had a two percent chance to see him graduate from high school. Not only did I see Kyle graduate from college but several years ago, when Kyle was 30, I had the joy of dancing with him at his wedding.”

As a life coach, Georgia is a regular columnist (Relation Tips) in the magazine Christian Coaching Today. She is also a board member of the International Christian Coaching Association and a core part of the teaching staff on AACC’s Professional Life Coaching Training DVD series. Georgia has also shared her expertise in other AACC series such as Hope Coaching, Divorce Recovery, and Conquering Cancer, which she helped produce.

Georgia is part of the Extraordinary Women Bible Study DVD that companions Julie Clinton’s book Women of Extraordinary Faith. Other presenters for this study are Thelma Wells, Jennifer Rothschild, Stormie Omartian, Carol Kent, Michelle Hammond, Linda Mintle, Lysa Terkeurst, and Angela Thomas.

Georgia speaks frequently at conferences helping people identify: “What needs to grow? What needs to go?” in their life. She enjoys spending time in her garden near Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

Get to know Georgia! Georgia’s website| Georgia on Facebook | Georgia on Twitter georgiashaffer | Georgia on LinkedIn

Georgia’s Books: Taking Out Your Emotional Trash: Face Your Feelings and Build Healthy Relationships and A Gift of Mourning Glories.

Free Articles and Perks on Georgia’s website (1) Understanding Our Difference During Difficult Time; (2) Eliminating the “Someday…” and “If only…”; (3) Different Personalities, Different Emotional Needs; (4) What’s Your Grief IQ?; (5) Communication Styles of the Different Personalities

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    Georgia is one of my all time favorite people. When I first start speaking and went to a CLASS conference, she was my mentor and gave me some good advice. Now years later, I am honored to call her a friend. This video will leave you thinking, “Ah ha! That is sooo me!”

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    Georgia is one of my all time favorite people. When I first start speaking and went to a CLASS conference, she was my mentor and gave me some good advice. Now years later, I am honored to call her a friend. This video will leave you thinking, “Ah ha! That is sooo me!”

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    Georgia is one of my all time favorite people. When I first start speaking and went to a CLASS conference, she was my mentor and gave me some good advice. Now years later, I am honored to call her a friend. This video will leave you thinking, “Ah ha! That is sooo me!”

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    Georgia is one of my all time favorite people. When I first start speaking and went to a CLASS conference, she was my mentor and gave me some good advice. Now years later, I am honored to call her a friend. This video will leave you thinking, “Ah ha! That is sooo me!”

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    Georgia is one of my all time favorite people. When I first start speaking and went to a CLASS conference, she was my mentor and gave me some good advice. Now years later, I am honored to call her a friend. This video will leave you thinking, “Ah ha! That is sooo me!”

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    Georgia is one of my all time favorite people. When I first start speaking and went to a CLASS conference, she was my mentor and gave me some good advice. Now years later, I am honored to call her a friend. This video will leave you thinking, “Ah ha! That is sooo me!”

  • Mary Anne Mathewson

    I found the info on personality types so informative and helpful. I could see myself and my husband and friends in the different types. Self knowledge and awareness of others personality types helps us improve our relationships Thanks Lisa and Georgia!!!! God bless you.

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    She is great and has so much encouragement to give others.

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  • Karen Wilson

    Listening to this conversation would help anyone understand how to improve their relationships! Thank you Georgia and Lisa for investing your time in this. You have blessed me so much! I plan on sharing this information with my family and friends.

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  • JulieLyn

    Than you Georgia for bringing to the table on phlagmatic …that is me…I was not ever able to properly deal with my “stuff” from an early age as I was always in need of “carrying” my parents/family, as they could NEVER (and still can’t) deal with what I’ve been dealing with. I am a terrific listener and Love to be there for others…and love on them; however, I am a true STUFFER..
    Even my best from from High School (over half my life ago LOL) I struggle with in this area of my life (the past 5+ years of chronic pain/fibro/etc) as his comments are “off” to me and I shut down. I am NOT able to really talk and share and it is just all that has been “invested”(and we’ve taken a HUGE step back in our level of friendship) I am usually at the point of “breaking away” as I am so hurt…and it is hard to come around emotionally ..
    In a nutshell, I am grateful for a new perspective and that I need to continue to take out my emotional “trash” (just the up-keep)and “to hold on” Bless you! I look forward to taking in some of your books, too (in time, of course)
    P.S: Thank you Lisa…the Lord continue to bless the works of your hands (and of those partnering with you too) :)

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