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I’m especially excited about this post about Daisy Camp founder Jennifer Morris. Not only is it regarding a great topic, Daisy Camp. It’s also one of the first interactive videos that we’ve recorded through Skype. We hope this will be a start to a series of interviews with helpful people like Jennifer Morris regarding helpful divorce/separation topics, like Daisy Camp. If you have ideas for future videos, let me know by commenting below or emailing me at email@example.com.
In the video, I ask Jennifer Morris how Daisy Camp started, what Daisy Camp is about and who is a typical Daisy Camper, among other questions and answers that will give you a good sense for whether Daisy Camp is right for you!
Here’s a Daisy Camp Seminar Aug 2011 retreat.
From the Daisy Camp website:
Daisy Camp was founded in 2006 by Jennifer Morris, a local realtor who emerged from her divorce with a belief that women need more support to help them through this important transition. Jennifer’s unique idea of helping women through a “camping experience” has captured the attention of local and national media and has changed the lives of many women. Today, hundreds of “Daisies’” throughout Minnesota and beyond continue to gather regularly and help each other make the most of their new, “ever-expanding lives”.
You can go to the Daisy Camp FaceBook page by clicking here.
To contact Daisy Camp, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call and talk with Marlys Ousky at 952-405-2060.
This is a speaker from Michigan, rather than MN, but I thought I’d point you to this Collaborative Divorce teleseminar I found hosted by DivorceMagazine.com. Here’s a link to the .PDF brochure for the teleseminar on Collaborative Divorce scheduled for April 12, 2011 at 8 P.M. Central Time.
From their brochure:
Guest speaker: Collaborative Family Law Attorney, Lori Becker
Date: Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Time: 8 pm to 8:30 EST (7 pm, CST; 6 pm, MST; 5 pm, PST)
Divorce is a life‐changing event. A new process called the Collaborative Divorce Process offers a
better way to end a marriage. This groundbreaking method revolutionizes the way couples
divorce. It addresses your legal, financial, and emotional needs and achieves the best family
arrangement possible. Families at war produce only losers and no winners. This exciting new
process empowers you ‐‐ not lawyers or a judge ‐‐ to shape the outcome of your divorce. Do
your homework and learn more about this process that helps you, as a divorcing couple, focus
on your long‐term interests, not your short‐term anger.
Attend this Teleseminar
Find out about this alternative and see if Collaborative Divorce is an option for your divorce:
• Discover the benefits of collaborative solutions for divorce, child custody and co‐
parenting issues, division of assets, and more.
• Learn how Collaborative Divorce/Collaborative Practice offers guidance, information,
and respectful problem solving.
• What makes Collaborative Divorce different?
• The process of Collaborative Divorce
• How it is designed for settlement