SEPT 14 – 19 2020
Invisible Disabilities® Association
and The Romance Project
DON’T LET THE STRESS DISABLE YOUR RELATIONSHIPS
We’ve assembled the top relationship experts and authors for a week of streaming on-demand seminars and discussions that will provide the inspiration and tools you need to weather these difficult times and come through them stronger than before.
Just $10 (less than the cost of two online movies) for over 12 hours of real, practical, useful relationship advice that will entertain as it inspires – and supporting IDA in the process.
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Over 250 million books in print
Over 50 bestselling books
Over 200 books authored
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LOVE IDEAS SCHEDULE
Each day’s presentations and bonus content will be released at 12:00 AM on the day scheduled and then made available on-demand through 11:30 PM on Sunday 09/20. Schedule Subject to change.
Monday – September 14th
John Gray / Michael S Sorensen
Q & A / A Caregiver Conversation
Tuesday – September 15th
Greg Godek & Karyn Buxman / Tommy Spaulding
Q & A / Relationship Tips
Wednesday – September 16th
Gay & Katie Hendricks / Warren Farrell
Q & A / A Grand Perspective
Thursday – September 17th
Bill & Pam Farrel / John O’Leary
Q & A / Relationship Tips
Friday – September 18th
Clarence Shuler / Gary Chapman
Q & A / Writers Relationship Roundtable
Saturday – September 19th – Date Night
Comedy / Music / Movie
LOVE IDEAS MUSIC
LOVE IDEAS FAQ
Why Relationship Support is Critically Needed Now
At IDA we have been sharing for years how illness, pain and disability can have a negative impact on not only the person who lives daily with them, yet it dramatically impacts the caregiver as well. Oftentimes the caregiver is a spouse or partner. In this time of Covid-19, the rest of the world’s population is now experiencing isolation, loneliness and even illness. We want to provide hope and practical advice regarding relationships during the current coronavirus impact and in the months and years to come.
About the Invisible Disabilities Association
IDA is about believing. We believe you! The frequently invisible nature of illness and pain may lead to disbelief about that illness or pain by those surrounding the person who lives daily with invisible disabilities. This disbelief can lead to misunderstandings, rejection by friends, family and health care providers. It may also lead to accusations of laziness or faking an illness. We are passionate about providing awareness that invisible illness, pain and disabilities are very real! Our mission is to encourage, educate and connect people and organizations touched by illness, pain and disability around the globe. Envision with us, a world where people living with illness, pain and disability will be Invisible No More®.
PRODUCER / DIRECTOR
Brian J Esposito