Mom’s Circle – 11/17


If so, I hope you’ll plan to join us for the monthly Mom’s Circle meeting. The purpose of this group is to inspire all women (both moms and grandmoms) to deepen their relationship with themselves and their family. Whether you’re a newer or seasoned mom (like me)…you are welcome! Motherhood is forever, no matter where you are on your journey. Your role may change, but you don’t just quit being a mom. Your journey of motherhood continues, in a different way. Yet it’s not always easy! Yes, it’s still possible to have a wonderful connection with your adult kids…and it requires effort.
I’ve worked with many moms both young and older (and hopefully a bit wiser!) and have helped them create healthy relationships with their kids. I’ve also been asked by moms of adult kids to help them create and preserve loving relationships with their children and grandchildren. It is never too late!

“I believe that the greatest gift you can give your family and the world is a healthy you.”

~ Joyce Meyer

The love and peace you wish for your family, begins with you. If you’re a mother, a step-mother or grandmother, please join our Mom’s Circle, “Mothering with Courage” as we support each other in our continued courageous journey of motherhood!

My intention is to provide a supportive space for moms to learn and support each other in their journey of motherhood. There will be time for group conversation as well as individual time to reflect on your own unique journey.

Please join us on Friday, November 17. We will plan to meet once a month.
Topic: The Gift of Gratitude
Where: Oprey 2 room at The Lake House
Time: 3:00 – 4:30 pm

Please RSVP by emailing or calling Bonnie Compton: or 843-718-1551

Suggested Donation: $15 per session

*There will be monthly topics; this is your group and all questions and suggestions are welcome

**For those who are interested, there will be an outreach, opportunity within the group to support the mothers of John’s Island. We hope to support 1-2 Johns Island moms during the holiday season.


Bonnie Compton, APRN, BC, CPNP Parent Coach, Child & Adolescent Therapist

-Submitted by the Lake House

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