I Did It My Way – Living and Leaving a Legacy:
A Half Day Retreat for Young Adults Living with Metastatic Breast Cancer

Speaker: Jean Rowe, LCSW, OSW-C, CJT
Date: Friday, March 8, 2019
Time: 12:30 to 4:00 p.m.

When we think about what it means to “leave a legacy,” that can feel weird, possibly even a little uncomfortable. It can also be empowering, a place where a bit of control can return and creativity has a chance to shine.

If you were to tell the story of you, what would you say? What would you want your loved ones to know? If you were to include what life might look like after you (no matter how old you are), what practical and creative instructions might you prepare? Come join us to have the sort of soup-to-nuts conversation leaving a legacy can be, bring your beautiful intelligence and leave with a few tools.

This dynamic half-day retreat for young adults diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer will help you:

  • Share your wisdom in a safe, confidential setting;
  • Gain clarity on what is most important to you when thinking about leaving your legacy;
  • Decide what living a life that makes a difference looks like for you; and
  • Empower others by setting an authentic example for how you would like to be remembered.

Leaving a legacy is personal and individual. Sure, practical concerns (i.e. do you have a will) are an element of this process, but the net is cast much wider than that. By leaving a legacy, you are giving a gift to the world. Join Jean for this interactive session, begin/continue crafting your unique legacy and gain insight and support from others. This retreat is for young adults living with metastatic breast cancer only.

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