Conversations & Co., now in the Greenbriar building on Northwest Ave., presents an evening with Sara Ruble at the Tallmadge Community Center March 25 at 7 p.m.
Ruble will open up a discussion on a topic often not spoken about. After the sudden death of her only child, Scott, Ruble struggled to find out who she was. Through her own experiences she knows any traumatic life changing experience can transform the way people see themselves or how others see them. Confusion, anger and even isolation can stop people from moving toward greater understanding and healing.
Following the death of a loved one, diagnosis of a life altering disease, PTSD, an accident that changed one's life, job loss, or so many other difficult ways, individuals are challenged beyond what we they could ever know to see who they are … now.
Ruble is founder of the Angel of Hope Children's Memorial in Stow and creator of the blog Death Teaches at www.deathteaches.com.
The Tallmadge Community Center is located on 80 Community Road.
For more information, call Conversation & Co. at 330-633-2432. This event is open to the public and is free of charge.
Conversations & Co. is located at 22 Northeast Ave.