How my natural behavior dictated where I’d grieve.

The day after I lost my mom, I left the country…

I’m sure some people may wonder why in the world I left the country after my mom died. I felt some sort of way myself as well but realized I had to do it.

My mom was a travel queen when I was growing up. She taught me the importance of getting away to reflect and recharge.

I was seriously a wreck after losing her; I thought I was strong enough to deal with that but I wasn’t.

Because I know my natural behavior is extremely reserved, I knew I was going to shut people out so I went where they couldn’t reach me (in person).

The clear blue skies, green water and two private balconies in my room were exactly what I needed in order to come back here and deal with everything else.

I’m so happy my mother was never afraid to “do her” and enjoy life and creation.

I’ll forever remember her for that and her deep love for our Heavenly Father and God, Jehovah.

💞 Cass

Published by Dema Agency

I am Cassandra, Behavior Consultant, Wealth Mentor and CEO of Dema Agency Consultants LLC. I’ve worked with leaders at AT&T, Marriott, State Farm, Lucent Technology, ComEd, and The Will Group. I’ve been employed by top companies in the industry of financial services, business and technology and I take pride in being positioned with the BEST. I have a unique behavioral DNA of a Take Charge Creative (95-98% stronger than the population) which allows me to assess situations and design programs and workshops to suit the needs of an individual or business expeditiously. I look forward to helping you uncover and understand your genetic natural behavior, inherited from birth to age 3, affects how you make decisions plus changing your outcomes (communication, productivity, compliance, retention, quality life, fitness, nutrition or mindset challenges) in your career, business, relationships, health or finances. 💞Cassandra

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