Testimonials

 
 

“It’s so nice to connect with other moms on a soul to soul level. We can discuss everything in life.”

 

“I learned about God and always walk away with a nugget of info to use throughout my week.”

“Wisdom about life, what’s important and how to live in the moment. I am grateful for the little things in life.”

“This group has been a safe place with women I could always lean on and It’s reassuring to know that I am not alone.”

“I come for the friendship, support and spending time with people of strong faith.”

 
 

“It’s a gentle reminder for me to take the time to “feed” myself so that I can be present for my family the rest of the day.”

 
 

"This group has been such a blessing as I’ve tried to get my footing as a stay-at-home mom. I know that I am not alone in my questions and struggles as a parent.”

“Came in for two meetings … I learned a lot in those two meetings. All the women in the meetings were so kind and open hearted. It was refreshing to see and I felt  lucky to be a part of it. I hope to find my way back to your meetings. I look forward to seeing TalkingJoy take off in podcasts and all your plans. 

“This group was exactly what I didn't know I needed!”

“Being a mom is hard work and we worry a lot about others think of us! During our time together the women were surprised to find that they are all more alike than unalike.  One of the biggest values learned was that we are all safeguarding the very same stories about our lives. Our group created a setting where they didn't have to compare and compete with one another--they were able to just be themselves.”

 
 

Thank you for being someone that can guide a group of people to a better, brighter light and for being so down to earth. It's hard to find spiritual people around that don't let their beliefs get in the way. Namaste/God Bless/In Love..”

 
 

“It feeds my soul, makes me more aware of God’s presence in my life and is a great time to share with women in the same stage of life.”

“It’s nice to have a place to go, free of judgement, to just breathe and be myself.”